The Ferrari BB’s prototype was first shown at the Turin Auto Show in 1971, but the car only entered production two years later. The first generation of Berlinetta Boxer was soon replaced by the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer 512, which featured many refinement improvements. The bicolor Pininfarina design remained of course, giving the silhouette its iconic grace, but the body was slightly longer and wider, improving the car’s handling. A front spoiler was added to the BB 512, as well as NACA ducts to help with rear brake cooling. Under the hood, a 5-liter, 12-cylinder unit enabled the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer 512 to be propelled from 0 to 60 mph in 5.5 seconds. In the driver’s seat, the 1979 Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer 512 offered a unique experience, thanks to an increased torque allowing a thrilling acceleration.
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