The Ferrari 212 Inter was made between 1951-52 and just 82 were produced
Ferrari's 250 model spawned a breed of successful race cars
The GTO was produced for homologation into the Group 3 Grand Touring Car category
Only 50 250 GT California Spyder LWB model wer built before a SWB version replaced it three years later in '60
Pininfarina produced 200 275 GTS cars for America between 1964 and 1966
Power for the 275 GTB came courtesy of a 3.3-litre V12 engine
The Ferrari 400 auto was the first car from the Prancing Horse to be offered with an auto 'box; this was a 3spd transmission
Ferrari America models were touring cars powered by the firm's largest V12 units
The 456 was produced from 1992 for 11 years. Its successor was the 612 Scaglietti
The 575M Superamerica used a 533bhp V12 engine. It was the convertible version of the 575M Maranello
Just 599 Superamericas were ever built. It was the world's fastest drop-top with a top speed of 199mph
The 599 GTB from 2006-07 was replaced by the F12 Berlinetta
Ferrari's 599 GTO model was the road-going version of the 599XX
The 612 was replaced by the FF and was powered by a 5.7-litre V12. It weighed 1875kg
The 612's cabin offered enough space for four adults
The California features a 7spd dual-clutch automated manual 'box. Power comes from a 4.3 V8
Ferrari's latest model - the F12 Berlinetta - is the firm's most powerful road car ever
Its beautiful and practical two-seat cabin is clad in carbonfibre and leather
From less than 6.3-litres it generates no fewer than 730bhp at 8250rpm
Four-wheel-drive means that the FF is the first Ferrari that can be used in extreme conditions
The F12 is also the fastest and most powerful road-going model ever produced by the Maranello marque. Thanks to 730bhp – 119bhp more than the focused 599 GTB – the F12 will launch to 62mph in just 3.1sec and go on to a top speed of ‘over 211mph’.
Looking back through the Prancing Horse’s impressive archive, other front-engined models of note include the Ferrari 250. It was the marque’s most successful early supercar (built between 1953 and 1964), which spawned one of the most successful racing variants in Ferrari’s history; the 250 Testa Rossa. The 250 GTO is another highlight of which only 36 were ever made.
More contemporary front-engined Ferrari’s include the 612 Scaglietti from 2004, the 599 GTB (replaced by the F12), the 1996 550 Maranello and more recently still, the V8-powered California and 6.3-litre V12 FF model, which took the crown as Ferrari's first production four-wheel drive model.
Click through our captioned gallery where you’ll see some of Ferrari’s front-engined stars.