At the 1956 Paris Auto Show, the Ferrari 410 Superfast was launched and was heavily focused on the American market. It was a grand tourer with a distinctive finned tail.
Many later Ferraris adopted the front-end styling with its concealed headlamps, while the more contentious tail remained distinctive. Ferrari wanted to reach the American market in the 1950s, and this car's design cues show that. It was the original 1956 Paris Show car.
The body was designed by Pininfarina, who undoubtedly drew inspiration from the era's Cadillacs. A variation of the big displacement Ferrari V12 with 24 plug cylinder heads is used in the Ferrari 410 Superfast.
This display car is a beast with 340 horsepower available. It also looks fantastic. At the Paris Motor Show in October 1955, the 375 America's chassis served as the platform for the engine that would power the 410 Superamerica. It could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in under 5.5 seconds and reached a top speed of 280 km/h (174 mph).
The Ferrari 410 Superfast was a sports car produced by Ferrari in 1956. It had a unique finned-tail design and was aimed at the American market. The car featured a 4.9-liter V12 engine that produced 400 horsepower. It had a top speed of 280 km/h (174 mph) and could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 5.5 seconds.