From the 275 to the Testarossa, F40 to the 458, Ferraris are a hallmark of quality. The yardstick that all supercars are inevitably measured against. Let’s play fair. Let’s take that yardstick to Ferrari themselves, peel their expansive history apart, and find the best Ferraris of all time.
#5 Ferrari Testarossa (1984-1991)
Probably the most iconic Ferrari in history, thanks to countless uses in movies and TV shows, the Testarossa’s reputation is thoroughly well-deserved. The incredibly stylish body, designed by the much-vaunted design house Pininfarina is still beautiful today.
Emblematic of the 80s supercars, the smooth wedge shape with its finely etched vents, pull back into a smooth, chiseled rear. Bulging rear wheel arches give depth to each side, and all these elements pull together into one of the most beautiful machines in history. Throw a near 400hp flat-12 engine under the hood, add a great driving road, and you’ve got one of the defining drives in motoring.