The V12-powered Ferrari F50 was introduced in 1995 and succeeded the iconic F40. This was the beginning of a new era; the boxy designs disappeared and more curves started to appear. Not everyone was happy with this change. The F50 wasn’t as well-received as Ferrari hoped it would.
Though, Ferrari went back to their roots and placed a naturally aspirated V12 in the back, most people preferred the F40 for a long time. The competition was quite serious as well: the British automaker McLaren launched the McLaren F1 and Bugatti had their EB110.
Nonetheless, the F50 is Anatole’s favourite of the Five Ferrari Supercars: ‘’If I had to pick one, this would be the one! The wing, the big front and the see-through engine bay are some of his favourite features. Have you ever noticed the paint layer is so thin, you’re able to see the carbon fibre? Ferrari made it possible to admire the mechanical side of the car with a see-through rear grill. This car is beautiful and defines the saying ‘’less, is more!’’
This Enzo Art Print is part of the Ferrari Supercars series. We are offering the 1984 288 GTO, 1987 F40, 1995 F50, 2002 Enzo and 2013 LaFerrari visualized by our own artist Anatole Bourne.
All drawings by Anatole Bourne are created by himself using only pencils and markers. Each original art print takes six to eight hours to create from scratch. Only 25 copies will be sold complemented by a certificate of authenticity.
|Rest of Europe: €12.80|
|Rest of World: €24|