General data  
Year/s of production 1999                                                   
Presentation Geneva Motor Show 1999
VIN span 115426 – 116810
Number produced Approx. 104
Design Pininfarina
Manufactured by Scaglietti – Ferrari S.p.A.
Technical specifications  
Chassis F 129 AB – Load carrying chassis in steel with totally resistant structure and tubular rear sub-frame supporting power unit and rear suspension
Length 4250 mm
Width 1900 mm
Height 1170 mm
Wheelbase 2450 mm
Front suspension Independent wheel suspension, double wishbones, coil springs, hydraulic telescope shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Rear suspension Independent wheel suspension, double wishbones, coil springs, hydraulic telescope shock absorbers, anti-roll bar
Front track 1514 mm
Rear track 1615 mm
Front tyres 7,5 x 18 in., alloy rims, 5-star design
Tyres: 225/40 ZR 18
Rear tyres 10 x 18 in., alloy rims, 5-star design
Tyres: 265/40 ZR 18
Front brakes Dual circuit ventilated disc brakes, ABS
Rear brakes Dual circuit ventilated disc brakes
Weight Approx. 1350 kg
Body material Steel and aluminium
Body type Spider – two seats
Type F 129B – mid-engine – longitudinal installed
Number of cylinders V8 – 90°
Displacement 3496 ccm
Bore and stroke 85 x 77 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinder bank
Valves 5 per cylinder
Compression ratio 11:1
Ignition Bosch electronic statical
Lubrication Dry sump lubrication, approx. 10 litres oil
Maximum power 380 hp – 8.200 rpm
Maximum torque 360 Nm – 6.000 rpm
Fuel management Bosch Motronic M 2.7 – system with static advance ignition system and electronic fuel injection
Gearbox Semi-automatic 6 speed gearbox + rev., transverse installed, electrohydraulic system for gear changes in approx. 0,1 sec.
or manual 6 gears + rev., transverse installed
Top speed Approx. 295 km/h
  Known VINs:
115426, 115935, 116243, 116246, 116249, 116251, 116264, 116493, 116499,  116521, 116522, 116533, 116559


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The 360 Modena at the Geneva Motor Show
Copyright: Ferrari

Geneva, 9th March 1999 – The opening day of the Geneva Motor Show saw the official press launch of the new Ferrari Grand Tourer, the 360 Modena. Around fifty journalists attended this afternoon’s press conference given by Ferrari President, Luca di Montezemolo, Managing Director Paolo Marinsek, Enginerr Amedeo Felisa and Sergio Pininfarina. “This is a very important week for us,” commented Montezemolo, “because it marks the start of two new chapters for our company: this year’s Formula 1 World Championship and the 360 Modena. Just as Irvine’s success is a good omen for the coming season, so too I believe that the large number of you journalists present here at this press conference today, is a good sign for the new car.” The President then thanked all those involved in the 360 project for all their efforts. Then, Amedeo Felisa and Sergio Pininfarina went over the technical and styling characteristics of the car. In the afternoon, Michael Schumacher, just back from Australia was a visitor on the Ferrari stand and, accompanied by President Montezemolo, paid particular attention to the three 360 Modena (one in alloy grey, the new colour in the Ferrari range and two red ones.) “I like this car a lot,” said Schumacher. “I drove it recently and found it very light, with handling which is almost like a kart.” Schumacher also spoke about the forthcoming grand prix in Brazil. “We would be surprised if the gap to the McLarens is still the same.” Apart from the 360 Modena, the Maranello firm’s stand showed the other cars in the range: a F355 Spider in red, a blue 456 M Tour de France and a 550 Maranello in the same colour.

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