Ferrari introduced the Testarossa in 1984 as 12-cylinder mid-engine sports car. The original model starts production until 1991 before Ferrari made a revision for this model. From 1992 to 1996 new revised models called 512 TR and F512 M were replaced the original model.
The Testarossa is powered by a 4.9-liter V12 engine with almost 390 horsepower on its rear section. The 512 TR model has 428 horsepower, but in 1995, a recall was issued on 400 units which were caused by fuel hoses.
The F512 M is the final model with 440 horsepower. On its front fascia, there are no more popup headlights and it is now featuring a new modern design bumper.
Ferrari 512 TR:
Ferrari F512 M:
1,000 horsepower Ferrari F512 from Hamann (only two were ever made):