The Ferrari Mondial is an automobile that was produced by Ferrari from 1980 through 1993. It replaced the 208/308 GT4. The “Mondial” name came from Ferrari’s history — the 500 Mondial race car of the early 1950s. Despite its predecessor being Bertone styled, the Mondial saw Ferrari return to Pininfarina for styling. Sold as a mid-sized coupe and, eventually a cabriolet. Conceived as a ‘usable’ model, offering the practicality of four seats and the performance of a Ferrari. The car had a slightly higher roofline than its stablemates, with a single long door either side, offering easy access and good interior space, reasonable rear legroom while all-round visibility was excellent. The cabriolets also hold the distinction of being the only productionautomobile in history that has four seats, is rear mid-engined, and is a full convertible.
The final model (1989-1993) was the Mondial t. This was the biggest change for the model, with a larger 300-hp engine, a substantial update to the styling and interior ergonomics, and with a completely different powertrain layout. Many consider the Mondial t the best iteration, although at the cost of higher upkeep costs.
Here we have another 2 + 2 from Ferrari. I have seen these a few times in real life. Not the most inspiring design ferrari has created but still part of history. Kyosho did a reasonable job with this car paint stance logos all work. I am happy to have this car in my collection
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