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Ferrari 348 TS SPECIFICATIONS
what makes the Ferrari 348 TS special?
In 1989, the Ferrari 348 officially became the successor to the Ferrari 328 upon it’s debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was also the last V8 powered Ferrari that was built under the direction of Enzo Ferrari himself before he passed away. It was designed by Pininfarina’s own Leonardo Fioravanti, who also designed the Ferrari F40, Daytona, 288 GTO and many other iconic Ferraris. They were also produced in both coupe and targa variants.
The powerplant that Ferrari chose for the 348 was a Tipo F119 3.4L V8 that produces around 300 BHP. It can also therefore get the 348 from zero to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds. It is coupled to a 5-speed dogleg gearbox that was mounted in a transverse configuration, hence the “T” in TS (Transversale Spider) or TB (Transversale Berlinetta) designations in the 348 model range. As a result, the combination of this engine and transmission setup in the 348 TS will get it to a top speed of 270 km/h.
The 348 has a decent selection of features which assists in optimal performance such as the dual-computer engine management system that were produced by Bosch, anti-lock brakes for improved and reliable stopping performance and self-diagnosing heating and air-conditioning systems. It was also fitted with a dry sump oil system as a prevention measure to stop oil starvation at high speeds and hard cornering.
This example is a 1993 model and has covered 41835 km. It has been well maintained, had a cambelt service and new clutch (incl. flywheel) fitted plus new Michelin tyres just over one year ago.
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