Japan is often regarded as one of the important market for Ferrari, and these Italian premium automotive manufacturers are already present in the rising sun state for 50 years.
|Ferrari J50 Limited Edition. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ghB6n)|
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Ferrari in Japan, Ferrari introduced the 'Ferrari J50 Limited Edition,' a Ferrari model with a targa body design is based on the Ferrari 488 and will only be made as many as 10 units.
From the front, the radiator is made much closer to accommodate the aerodynamics at the front, with a lower glass so that air can go directly through to the rear deck and spoiler.
|Left side view of Ferrari J50 Limited Edition. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ghB6n)|
At the front hood section is also made lower and were given the air funnel as the Ferrari F50, and the sides are black lines as well as on the Ferrari 288 GTO and F40. Its roofs made of two carbon fiber parts are hidden behind the bench which replaces one piece aluminum roof of 488 Spider owned.
|Dashboard view of Ferrari J50 Limited Edition. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ghB6n)|
At the rear, there are 4 round shaped lights, and accompany the rear diffuser which is inspired by a jet. The interior is almost untouched, except for a touch of Alcantara in the cabin almost the same as the Ferrari 488.
|Rear side view of Ferrari J50 Limited Edition. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1ghB6n)|
Because Ferrari J50 is made with a base of 488, the engine was still a twin-turbo V8 engine capacity of 3.9 liters, but capable of spraying a greater power, namely 680 horsepower. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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