Ferrari's big five united in one hall

Ferrari's big five united in one hall

It is rare for the Big Five to meet in a row. But for photographer dario.fontana, even that is no problem.

Normally, the Big Five refer to Africa's largest and most dangerous animals. These include the rhinoceros, the elephant, the lion, the buffalo, and the leopard. Of course, we are not talking about animals here, since we are not on an animal-spotting site, but on an car-spotting site. The subject is, of course, Ferrari's legendary five hypercars: the 288 GTO, the F40, the F50, the Enzo, and the LaFerrari. All were built in extremely limited numbers and are considered the rarest Ferraris of all. The fact that all of these appear in one picture is incredibly rare. But as we can see, it is not impossible. The photographer of these images conducted an incredible photo shoot with the legendary five. And this in a very fitting abandoned hall.

At the center of this spot is the 288 GTO, which marks the beginning of this legendary series. It was built from 1984 to 1986. The plan behind it was to build a rally car for Group B. The 288 GTO, as it stands there, was built 275 times for homologation purposes and approved for the road. If you want to buy such a car in 2024, you have to expect a price of at least four million. But then you have really gotten a bargain. Because there are people who offer their 288 GTO for beyond the six million mark.

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