Ferrari J50 Limited-edition Finally Revealed In Japan

Posted: Dec 13 2016, 11:59am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Ferrari J50 Limited-edition Finally Revealed in Japan
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  • Ferrari J50 Finally Revealed by Company

The limited edition Ferrari was revealed by company in Japan

The Ferrari J50 which is a limited edition car has a significance for sure. It was created to celebrate 50 years of success for Ferrari in Japan hence it is named J50.

Another special thing about the car is that it will revive the spirit of 70s and 80s Ferraris which used to roam in the street of Japan. This is the reason it has been given a Targa-roof style that was used in the Ferraris of 70s and 80s.

The Ferrari J50 will use the same specification as 488 Spider in case of engine make. It will come with a 3.9 liter V8 engine however its power has been increased in this model. It will have the capability to produce 690bhp.

There will be only 10 Ferrari J50s that will come in market for sale. The best thing about these J50s is that each and every car of this limited edition will be customized according to the taste of its owner.

All these F50s however will have the main theme and outlook in common. The front radiators in Ferrari J50 have been closer in order to reduce the aerodynamic frontal area.

These will also have a lower windscreen header rail that will allow more air to flow through the aero foil that will be placed in the rear deck and tail spoiler of car.

The bonnet has also been lower as two carbon fiber air channels are placed on the place. The car has been given an aggressive look by razing the front wheel arches.

The car has a lower spoiler that is wide and has a mesh grille making it look meaner. A black belt line can also be found on the sides with resembles to that of 288 GTO and F40.

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