Launched in 1999 as the successor to the F355, the 360 was
introduced with an entirely new space-frame aluminum chassis,
resulting in a frame that was 40% stiffer and 28% lighter than its
steel predecessor. A new 3.6L V8 engine with flat plane crankshaft
and titanium connecting rods generates 395hp. Increased horsepower,
along with reduced weight, provided noticeable gains in speed and
performance in the new model. 0-60 time on the 360 came out at an
impressive 4.6 seconds. Pininfarina body styling on the 360 was a
departure from traditional Ferrari styling, foregoing sharp angles
and flip up headlights, the 360 was a more rounded aero-dynamic
This 2003 360 Spider is a great example of a well-kept Ferrari that
is as fun to admire as it is to drive. The signature color
combination of Rosso Corsa red exterior and beige interior catches
the eye of anyone admiring it as it flies past them. The F1
single-clutch transmission shifts intelligently, allowing the
driver to focus on enjoying the sheer power of the car. This 360 is
ready to be driven and enjoyed.
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