Ferrari 410 Superamerica Series III 

  • built in Italy
  • 1958-1959
  • 335 HP 5.0L
  • 164 mph
 
On their stand was the Superamerica Series III prototype with new features such as covered headlights, C-panel louvers and an elongated egg-crate grill.
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Only 12 Series III cars were made and each used the Pinin Farina Coupé body style set out by the prototype 1015SA.
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Road Tests Real world tests of the Ferrari 410 Superamerica Series III

Top speed

410 Superamerica Series III
164 mph
Venom GT
270 mph
Agera R
260 mph

1/4 mile

410 Superamerica Series III
14 s
Venom GT
9.95 s
Agera R
10.1 s

Data points Key details of the Ferrari 410 Superamerica Series III

Number built

410 Superamerica Series III
12 cars
Veyron
300 cars
Venom GT
30 cars

Horsepower

410 Superamerica Series III
335 HP
Venom GT
1,200 HP
Agera R
1,115 HP

In The News From around the web

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Ferrari 410 Superamerica Series III

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The updated design was lent to all of Ferrari's road cars including the 250 GT Coupe and 250 GT Cabriolet.
At the 1958 Paris Motor Show, Pinin Farina debuted the new face of Ferrari luxury.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Ferrari
Type of car Production car
Year 1958-1959
Highest auction price 1959 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Series III, $1.8M, August 2010
Number built 12 cars

transmission

Drivetrain RWD
Shift system Manual
Gearing Traditional
# of gears 4 gears

engine

Displacement 5,000 cc
Cylinders V12
Air compressor None
Fuels Gas
Compression ratio 9:1
Bore/stroke 3.5 in / 2.7 in
Valvetrain Single overhead camshaft (SOHC)
Valves per cylinder 2 valves

road tests

Top speed 164 mph
1/4 mile 14 s

power & handling

Power-to-weight ratio 7.59 lb/hp
Maximum hp 335 HP
Maximum torque 311 ft-lb
Engine placement Front
Steering system Rack and pinion

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

physical dimensions

Curb weight 2,543 lb
Width 68 in
Length 196 in
Front track width 57.3 in
Wheelbase 110.2 in
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