1994 Ferrari 512 TR
The Ferrari 512 TR debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 1992 as the evolution of the first Testarossa.
Ferrari went back using the abbreviations for the name, where the number stood for the 5-litre displacement and the 12 cylinders, while the letters TR are simply the initials of Testarossa, a nice tribute to the mythical "mama" that still today has quite an effect on enthusiasts. Aesthetically, the 512 TR had minor, though very effective, modifications.
The aerodynamics of the elegant lines by Pininfarina were improved, and the mechanics also underwent substantial modifications, the pistons, crankshaft, intake ducts and exhaust were modified using a new Bosch injection system.
The Testarossa is certainly one of Ferrari's that has left its mark in the last 30 years.
Its dimensions, especially in the rear, give it the look of a restless beast, and the side and rear louvers seem to be carved out by the wind.
The fame of the “Testarossa” was further increased by the famous TV series “Miami Vice”, where the two stars chase the worst drug traffickers in Florida aboard a Testaros
This 512 TR in excellent condition can be viewed at the Ruote da Sogno showroom in Reggio Emilia.