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 Ferrari F50
The Ferrari design team prioritised performance above frills while creating the F50. They only desired a vehicle that was quicker than the formidable F40 and utilised a normally aspirated V12 rather than a twin-turbo V8. This automobile was a true rocket because it had no turbo lag thanks to its naturally aspirated engine and had quick power available.
 

The F50 was officially produced by Ferrari in 349 units, making it the most uncommon of the brand's halo vehicles. Pininfarina was tasked with converting at least five of them to right-hand drive behind closed doors as eight of them were intended to be delivered directly to the Sultan of Brunei. Because of this, right-drive F50s are among the most uncommon vehicles in existence.
The mid-engine sports car known as the Ferrari F50 (Type F130) was produced by the Italian automaker Ferrari from 1995 to 1997. The 1995-released vehicle is a two-door, two-seat targa top. The 4.7 L naturally aspirated Tipo F130B 60-valve V12 engine, which was created from the 3.5 L V12 used in the 1990 Ferrari 641 Formula One car, powers the vehicle. The design of the vehicle is a development of the Ferrari Mythos concept car from 1989.
 The F50 has spent a lot more time in the wind tunnel than any other Ferrari that has been driven on the road, and the advantages are clear. The F50 is forced down at full speed by 970 pounds of downforce, with 40% at the nose and 60% at the tail. This contrasts with most road cars, which produce minor quantities of aerodynamic lift at high speeds—and even the big- winged F40, according to Ferrari, had "about zero lift."
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Did cars become less interesting after 90’s ? We believe so.


 90s were simpler, people loved manual cars and had more mechanical bits in the car than gimmicky electronics. The cars felt fast, unsafe but fast and the pleasure of driving was absolutely unmatched. In fact, only few modern cars can compete with the gems that 90s gave us. Memories, wallpapers and nostalgia, let us take you to the 90s and make you fall in love with cars again.
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FROM THE EDITOR
Did cars become less interesting after 90’s ? We believe so.

90s were simpler, people loved manual cars and had more mechanical bits in the car than gimmicky electronics. The cars felt fast, unsafe but fast and the pleasure of driving was absolutely unmatched. In fact, only few modern cars can compete with the gems that 90s gave us. Memories, wallpapers and nostalgia, let us take you to the 90s and make you fall in love with cars again.
-Syed Aamir Hussain
THE AUTO EPISODE
The world’s stage, on your page
VOL. 2 EDITION 11
November 1, 2022 to December 1, 2022
Read it online at THEDAILYEPISODE.COM
For unsolicited content, email the editor at theautoepisode@gmail.com
A product of Balkishan & Co.

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