The carburetors were replaced by a Bosch fuel-injection system on the Ferrari 400 and the new model was produced from 1979 to 1985 as suchwith an update towards the end of year 1982. The body was penned by Pininfarina and was recognizable to its swage line on the car’s profile. The tubular steel chassis supported the steel body and fiberglass floor. Suspension used double wishbones, coil springs, and anti-roll bars all around. Powered by a potent Colombo V12 engine with a 4.8-liter capacity, the Ferrari 400i could reach a top speed of 149 mph. A five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission was coupled to the engine with a driveshaft connecting to the rear limited slip differential. The model was equipped with disc brakes all around and servo-assisted steering.
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