Renowned Ferrari 360 Parts Supplier
The Ferrari 360 was first launched with the 360 Modena, which was aptly named after the famous town in Italy, the home of Ferrari and the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari himself. The Ferrari 360 was made from 1999 until 2005, succeeding the Ferrari 355 and marked by Ferrari as a "clean-sheet design". The F360 carried the Ferrari brand into the new millennium with an all-new Pininfarina design that transitioned from the classic box-shaped aesthetic of previous Ferrari models, favoring something more curvaceous.
It was fitted with a naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V8 engine that screamed to 8500 rpm, reaching a top speed of over 180 mph. Chris Harris reported that the F360 press car was "ludicrously quick" and sounded more like a racing car than a street car. It would accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds (which was surpassed by the F360 Challenge Stradale, reaching 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds) and certainly impressed the future 'new-money buyers' that the 2000s would bring.
The Ferrari 360 captured the hearts of many supercar and Ferrari enthusiasts, described as being easy to drive, while retaining the excitement of a thoroughbred Ferrari.
Did you know that the F360 was the first production Ferrari to be constructed entirely in aluminum? Everything from the 360's monocoque chassis to its suspension wishbones was made with lightweight materials making it 40% stiffer than the outgoing Ferrari 355.
There have been several variants of the Ferrari 360, from the Spider, which outsold the standard Modena, to the infamous track-focused 360 Challenge Stradale and the race-specific 360 Challenge, 360 GT and 360 GTC. There was also a one-off Barchetta model, which was gifted to Luca Cordero di Montezemolo (former president of Ferrari) on his wedding day by Gianni Agnelli, the boss of Fiat.
With the launch of the 360 Challenge in 2000, the level of competitiveness of the Ferrari Challenge series took a huge step forward with the F360 GT. The Ferrari 360 GT is a race version of the 360 Modena, developed by Ferrari Spa in collaboration with Michelotto Automobili, to compete in the FIA N-GT class in the early to mid–2000s. The F360 GT raced around the world, competing at the famous Le Mans 24 Hours, Daytona 24 Hours and 12 Hours of Sebring.
The F360 GTC was a development of the GT taking advantage of technological advancements; Ferrari installed a sequential six-speed transmission and a further improved electronics package. The GTC's rear fender had noticeable improvements in vertical downforce, which kept the car planted and improved handling.
The GT and GTC's success saw the birth of the street-legal 'Super Series' Ferrari within the F360 range we know as the Challenge Stradale. The F360 Challenge Stradale's developments focused on improving the car's track performance by focusing on the handling, braking and weight reduction. The engineers at Ferrari approached the design with a 20% track and 80% road-focused ratio. The driving experience between the F360 Modena and the F360 Challenge Stradale was elevated through various elements of the car, from the throttle response, ceramic brakes borrowed from the Ferrari Enzo, to the steering feedback making for a much more engaging and exciting drive.
New and Used Ferrari 360 Parts Available
The Ferrari 360 marked a new stage in the brand's evolution, laying the blueprints for its mid-engine successors like the Ferrari F430 and Ferrari 458. There's still a strong demand for 360s because of their excellent value for money and impressive performance, so now may be the right time for you to pick one up for the right price and remember that we're on hand to supply you with all the Ferrari 360 parts & accessories you need to keep your Ferrari 360 on the road, continuing to thrill your driving senses. We aim to have every 360 part for sale, whether you want to buy Ferrari 360 Modena parts or are looking for a Ferrari 360 Tubi exhaust we can supply you with the best prices and will do our best to give you first-class service.
At Eurospares, we've had many Ferrari 360s in the workshop, which we've broken down, retrieving their sought-after and working parts. We stock a massive range of genuine parts for the 360, from the fuel pump sand pipes to the front bumper and exhaust parts, all are readily available to purchase here online so you can keep your Ferrari 360 in the condition it deserves.
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Eurospares are driven by passion and our team of experts is on hand to help you with any Ferrari parts you need. Unlike other websites, we own a huge inventory of new and used Genuine Ferrari spares and ship worldwide daily. If you have any questions and would like to get in touch, then go to our contact page where our friendly and knowledgeable team members are on hand to help you find the 360 parts you require.