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Ferrari F 355 1994 - 1999Ferrari F 355 1994 - 1999Ferrari F 355 1994 - 1999Ferrari F 355 1994 - 1999Ferrari F 355 1994 - 1999
The Ferrari F355 is a sports two-seater that replaced the Ferrari 348 model. It was an evolutionary model with a right-hand-mounted V8 engine. Like its predecessor and later followers, this is a fairly common Ferrari model. The engine capacity was slightly increased from 3.4 to 3.5 L. The biggest innovation was that 5 valves per cylinder were designed. Several models were produced: the Berlinetta coupe, the tarpaulin GTS and the convertible Spider. In 1998, an innovation was introduced - F1-style gearshift levers behind the steering wheel. A special version of the F355 Challenge was also produced, which was designed for Ferrari ring races and had sports seats, a spoiler and a safety frame, but the engine remained the same. 109 Challenge units were produced.
The 1997 version of the Ferrari F355 Berlinetta became the first road car in the world to receive F1 transmission control when the gears are shifted by levers behind the steering wheel.
 
The name '355' is encrypted as follows: the first two digits represent the engine capacity in liters (3.5) and the last digit represents the number of valves per cylinder (5).
 
The Ferrari F355 Challenge version was used as the base car for Ferrari's own racing series called the Ferrari Challenge.
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Specifications: 3
F355 Berlinetta3.5 (380 Hp)
BODYWORK 3.5 (380 Hp)
Body type Coupe
Number of doors 2
Number of seats 2
Luggage capacity, litres 220
ENGINE
Fuel type Petrol
Fuel system Multi-point injection
Engine type V type
Position of engine In the middle, transversely
Engine capacity, cc 3496
Cylinders/valves 8/40
Power output, bhp/kW/rpm 381/284/8250
Torque, Nm/rpm 363/6000
Acceleration 0-62 mph, s 4.7
Top speed 295 km/h (183 mph)
TRANSMISSION
Drive wheels Rear
Steering type Hydraulic
Gearbox Mechanical 6 gears
DIMENSIONS/WEIGHT
Length, mm 4250
Width, mm 1900
Height, mm 1170
Weight/Max Weight, kg 1450/1700
Wheelbase, mm 2450
CHASSIS
Front suspension Helical spring
Rear suspension Helical spring
Front brakes Ventilated disc ABS
Rear brakes Drum ABS
Front tires 225/40 R
Rear tires 265/40 R18
FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban 24.5 l/100km (12 mpg)
Extra urban 11.5 l/100km (25 mpg)
Combined 15.3 l/100km (18 mpg)
CO2 emissions, g/km n/d
Fuel tank capacity, litres 82
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