The car was developed by the Corse Clienti department in Maranello in collaboration with Michelotto Automobili and sports the latest technology tested with great success in the previous 360 GT. Compared to its predecessor the 360 GTC has substantially different aerodynamics: research in the wind tunnel lead to a different position of the car’s rear wing, with a significant improvement in downforce.
The 360 GTC weighs 1,100 kg, which is the minimum required by the regulations. This is the result of the use of composite material as far as the bodywork is concerned. While maintaining the strength of the original parts, the weight could be decreased significantly.
Accurate selection of the best shots of the 2360 GTC in high definition. The photo gallery shows the distinctive features of this model Ferrari in 2004, focusing on the details and the most important parts.
|Type||rear, longitudinal 90° V8|
|Bore/stroke||85 x 79 mm|
|Unitary displacement||448.29 cc|
|Total displacement||3586.20 cc|
|Maximum power||331 kW (450 hp) at 8750 rpm|
|Power per litre||125 hp/l|
|Maximum torque||410 Nm (42 kgm) at 6500 rpm|
|Valve actuation||twin overhead camshafts per bank, five valves per cylinder|
|Fuel feed||Magneti Marelli electronic injection|
|Ignition||Magneti Marelli electronic, single spark plug per cylinder|
|Front suspension||independent, unequal-length wishbones, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar|
|Rear suspension||independent, unequal-length wishbones, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar|
|Transmission||sequential 6-speed + reverse|
|Fuel tank||capacity 100 litres|
|Front tyres||265/645 x 18|
|Rear tyres||305/680 x 18|
|Front track||1714 mm|
|Rear track||1573 mm|
|Weight||1100 kg (dry)|
|Acceleration 0-100 km/h||-|