To most people, every Ferrari is a supercar. But in the company’s recent history there are four cars that have offered a level of performance and technology (and a necessary rarity) that sets them apart from Ferrari’s standard GT cars. These cars, the special limited series, were introduced when the company wanted to assert the state of its most advanced technologies and experience gained in Formula One racing.
Over a decade has passed since the last of the extreme Ferrari bloodline – the Enzo. The still-secret successor is preparing for its launch next year, so The Official Ferrari Magazine interviewed Ferrari’s Technical Director, Roberto Fedeli, and Flavio Manzoni, Head of Ferrari Design, the two men directly responsible for the development of the new car, on the importance of the GTO, the F40, the F50 and the Enzo.