1984 Testarossa, the Italian redhead and one of the most recognisable cars from the 1980’s.
The Testarossa is a two door coupé that launched at the 1984 Paris Motor Show. The design came from Pininfarina, led by the chief designer Leonardo Fioravanti, who also designed many other contemporary Ferrari models.
He was a trained aerodynamicist and set the aerodynamics of the car. The large side in takes were functional as well as a style design statement often referred to as the “cheese graters” or “egg slicers”. They drew the clean air in to cool the side radiators then left the car through the ventilation in the engine and in the tail.
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