The F40 needs little introduction to Ferrari enthusiasts, and automobile enthusiasts in general. It is, quite simply, one of the most iconic, legendary, and even twenty years on, highest performing cars ever made. Famous for being the last project commissioned by Enzo Ferrari himself before his death in 1987, the goal of the F40 was to showcase the best of Ferrari`s contemporary know-how in a no-frills car meant for the driver. Even today, the technology is exotic, with a carbon fiber tub, and extensive use of aluminum and Kevlar. In other respects, however, the car is refreshingly simple, having no traction control, power steering or brakes, radio, or electric windows. Performance remains stunning, thanks to the sub 2500lb weight, and 478hp twin-turbocharged 2.9 liter V8. 0-60 was recorded in about 3.2 seconds, and the top speed was over 200mph.