Ferrari has built an open supercar J50 in honor of the 50th anniversary of its presence in Japan. The new car will be limited to ten copies; it received a 690-hp engine and a set of stylistic features of several models yesteryear. The experts from "Special Projects" division and "Ferrari" design center from Maranello worked on the supercar. The car is based on the Spider 488 model, but the J50 differs in almost completely new body, resembling a targa.
The company notes that the innovation should remind of "a few favorite road Ferraries of the 1970th and 1980th". In the car design, you can find references, for example, to the GTO models and more recent F40 and F50 models.
Externally J50 stands out also in a set of carbonic aerodynamic elements in a circle, 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, LED headlights.
A sunshine roof of the supercar is also made of carbon fiber and consists of two parts, for which special compartments behind the seats are provided.
The new product preserved the mid-engine layout of "donor" roadster. An engine is the same - a 3.9-liter twin- turbo V8, but it by 20 hp more powerful than the 488 Spider. Recall that "Spider" is capable of reaching 0-60 in three seconds, and acceleration to 125 mph takes 8.7 seconds. The maximum speed is 200 mph.