Crucial Things To Know Before Buying A Ferrari: Turbochargers Can Still Spit Flames

Then again, Ferraris aren’t exactly known for being averse to fires.

Even though Ferrari is currently catching flak for downsizing its wonderful engines, this eco-conscious period isn’t the first time that the prancing horse has used a shrink ray on its power plant. The Ferrari F40 makes due with a small 2.9-liter twin-turbo V8, and you better believe that the 471 horsepower it churns out is more than enough for the supercar. However, it also can double as a literal fire spitter. All it takes is a custom Tubi exhaust and a bit of late night revving.

Catch a driver of the last Ferrari to get its creator’s approval racing down a dark road with his fire truck red flamethrower.

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