The production of the Ferrari 400i started in 1979, with the introduction of a fuel-injection system. The model was a grand tourer designed by Pininfarina with a three-box style and a recognizable swag line dividing the body horizontally. The Ferrari 400i was built on a tubular steel chassis with a steel body and a fiberglass floor. Powered by a Colombo V12 engine with overhead cams, the 400i replaced the carburetors with a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection. Emissions were significantly reduced to comply with the U.S. regulations and power decreased. The top speed of the 1979 Ferrari 400i was recorded at 149 mph. Transmission was 5-speed manual of 3-speed automatic and the car featured servo-assisted steering, as well as disc brakes all around.
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