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Ferrari GG50

The Ferrari GG50 concept car


The Ferrari GG50 is a concept car created by Ferrari to mark fifty years that Giorgetto Giugiaro had been designing automobiles. It was introduced at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show.

Engine and Performance

The Ferrari F1 GG50 has special F1 modifications to make performance and speed better and faster. The GG50 uses a 65 degree V12 naturally aspirated petrol engine. The engine develops a peak power of 540hp which translates to 94hp per liter. The compression ratio is 11.2:1. The GG50 uses an odd sequential mode automatic transmission.

Design

The GG50 is a 2+2 coupé supercar. Most of the cues of the interior design are from the similar Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, as well as part of the exterior design. Some cues, such as the steering wheel, derives from Ferrari's F1 vehicles of the past. Unique parts of the GG50 are its dashboard and the fact that the GG50 uses the AVIC–X1R satellite navigator created by Pioneer.



Ferrari GG 50 Technical Bulletin

  • Length 4,810 mm
  • Width 1,950 mm
  • Height 1,347 mm
  • Wheelbase 2,950 mm
  • Front track 1,677 mm
  • Rear track 1,643 mm
  • Front overhang 838 mm
  • Rear overhang 1,022 mm
  • Trunk Size 270 liters
  • Trunk Size with rear seats folded down 500 liters
  • Engine V12 – 5,748 cc
  • HP (hp/rpm) 540 HP at 7250
  • Drivetrain Rear-wheel drive
  • Transmission 6-speed automatic with sequential mode
  • Front Tires Bridgestone 245 35 ZR20
  • Rear Tires Bridgestone 305 35 ZR20
  • Brakes Brembo Rims ATP Tecnoforming 20”
  • Color Red


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References



Italdesign Giugiaro S.p.A.

Abarth: Abarth 1600 1969
Alfa Romeo: Visconti 2004 | Brera 2002 | Schighera GT 1997 | Schighera 1997 | New York Taxi 1976 | Caimano 1971 | Iguana 1969
Bugatti: Bugatti 18/3 Chiron 1999 | Bugatti EB 218 1999 | Bugatti EB 118 1998 | Bugatti EB 112 1993 | Bugatti ID 90 1990
Ferrari: Ferrari GG50 2005
Fiat: Cinquecento Lucciola 1993 | Panda 4X4 Offroader 1980 | Panda 4X4 Strip 1980
Lamborghini: Cala 1995 | Marco Polo 1982
Lancia: Lancia Orca 1982 | Lancia Medusa 1980 | Lancia Megagamma 1978
Maserati: Maserati Buran 2000 | Maserati 2plus2 Coupé 1974 | Maserati Boomerang 1972
AMX: AMX/3