The world’s most expensive station wagons had been produced by the company Ferrari.
Quadruple GTC4 Ferrari Lusso and its predecessor FF is often referred to as generalists for their distinctive design. However, it’s still a coupe, but the Italian brand still had a few “sheds”. One of them is the Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake in 1965.
Universal Ferrari 330 created by a famous American Ferrari dealer Luigi Chinetti. An unusual body was developed in the Studio Vignale, and from the original coupe Ferrari 330 GT took only the windshield.
The interior of the Ferrari 330 GT Vignale Shooting Brake finished in leather and wood. Inside are four individual seats, but still have a car decent trunk.
Universal Ferrari 330 is equipped with a 4.0-liter V12 with 300 HP and 5-speed manual transmission. The maximum speed is 240 km/h.
The car is silver in color, although earlier it was green. One of the previous owners cars was lead singer of Jamiroquai Jay Kay, famous for its collection of supercars. And in 2008 Ferrari was sold for $410 thousand, that is, it is the most expensive wagon in the world.
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