The Ferrari 288 GTO Was Absolutely Perfect


It still remains one of the most beloved Ferraris of all time.

Only three models in the history of Ferrari have been granted the privilege of having "GTO" attached to their name. This is one of them. Launched in 1984, the 288 GTO was the result of the homologation of the 308 GTB, built to compete in the Group B series. However, that series was cancelled before the 288 GTO had a chance to race. Just 272 examples were built. Power came from a twin-turbocharged 2.8-liter V8 with 400 hp. 0-60 happened in less than five seconds and top speed reached an impressive 189 mph.

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