posted on February 18th, 2020

Maranello’s finest, available to book right now

Ferrari is just one of those brands that is recognized worldwide by people both in and outside of the car community. From the rich racing tradition of Scuderia Ferrari to the countless legendary road cars, Ferrari’s long and flashy heritage has made the brand a mainstay in global popular culture — they just about own the color red, for crying out loud.

The man responsible for making the prancing horse into an icon is Enzo Ferrari, who was born on this day (February 18) way back in 1898. To celebrate his legacy, we gathered a collection of some of the coolest Ferraris you can book on Turo right now. Please enjoy.

10. Cramond’s 2005 360 Spider

2005 Ferrari 360 Spider (Edinburgh, GB)

Ferrari made the 360 from 1999 to 2005, with the convertible Spider debuting at the 2000 Geneva Motor Show. This particular 360 Spider, located in Edinburgh, boasts a 3.6L engine and F1 paddle-shift transmission. It features a beautiful silver paint job that really makes that iconic yellow Ferrari emblem pop!

9. Karina’s 2019 Portofino

2019 Ferrari Portofino (Miami, FL)

The Ferrari Portofino is a sporty grand touring masterpiece. Powered by a 3.9L twin-turbocharged V8 that can go from zero to 60 in 3.5 seconds, this beautiful workhorse brought home a Red Dot: Best of the Best for Ferrari. This hard-top convertible is just waiting to take you on a ride!

8. Alexander’s 2007 F430 Spider F1

2007 Ferrari F430 F1 (Portland, OR)

Another Spider on the list, this 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider allows the driver to drop the top down as they’re whipping down the road. The F430 boasts a zero to 60 of 3.6 seconds from a 4.3L F136 E V8 that gives you the performance we’ve come to expect from Ferrari. This one features an upgraded sound system that you’re going to need if you want to hear your music over that beast of an engine.

7. Greg’s 2015 458 Spider

2015 Ferrari 458 Spider (Irvine, CA)

Ferrari’s mid-engined 458 is a corner-carving work of art. From its 562-horsepower, 4.5L engine to its racing-inspired handling, this is one of the coolest stallions on the list. This one in Southern California features a mean black matte finish that shows off what a ferocious car it is.

6. Mahmoud’s 2013 458 Italia

2013 Ferrari 458 Italia (Los Angeles, CA)

Want to take that 562-horsepower 458 and make it even cooler? Then the Ferrari 458 Italia is just for you. The Italia is pretty much a street-legal Le Mans car that gives you everything you’d want out of a Ferrari.

5. Cameron’s 1987 328 GTS

1987 Ferrari 328 GTS (Redondo Beach, CA)

Taking a step back to the decade of big business and mullets, we have the Ferrari 328. Anybody who grew up a car fan during the time had a poster of the 328 in their room and now this is your chance to finally drive it!

4. Miami Luxury Car’s 2016 488 GTB

2016 Ferrari 488 GTB (Miami, FL)

Another mid-engine stallion from Ferrari, the 448 is packed with a 3.9L twin-turbocharged V8. It was such a successful car that it won MotorTrend’s 2017 Best Driver’s Car award.

3. Mahmoud’s Ferrari 488 Spider

2019 Ferrari 488 Spider (Los Angeles, CA)

Another one from Mahmoud’s collection. Want a newer convertible 488 model with a beautiful white paint job and Italian rally stripe? Then this beaut is for you! With 660 horsepower and a top speed of 206 miles per hour, what’s not to love about this awesome 488?

2. Superior’s 2017 812 Superfast

2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast (Dubai, UAE)

What is the best thing to name a sleek, aerodynamic, 789-horsepower Ferrari GT car? Superfast of course! This V12-equipped beast in Dubai features classic Ferrari red paint, and front-engine, rear-wheel-drive for that classic tire spinning action.

1. Andrea’s 1987 Testarossa

1987 Ferrari Testarossa (West Palm Beach, FL)

Back to the ‘80s we go — say hi to the Ferrari Testarossa. This mid-engine V12 stallion put out 385 horsepower and became Ferrari’s quintessential ‘80s car. Like the 328, it was an icon of the era, appearing in all kinds of entertainment from video games to Miami Vice. Don’t hesitate to book this piece of ‘80s nostalgia.

Danny Benson is a car fanatic and writer from rural Northern California (aka Bigfoot country). His friends are hoping that his being able to write about cars for a living will get him to stop talking their ears off with useless car trivia.