1985 Ferrari 288 GTO

1 of 272 Produced
Homologation Built





Model Variant

288 GTO

Current Mileage

1,607 km



Engine capacity

2.8L Twin Turbo V8 / 395BHP

exterior color

Rosso Corsa

Interior color


Five Speed Manual

Top speed



Leonardo Fioravanti

Years produced

1984 - 1987

Total production


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The Ferrari 288 GTO, chassis number 7725, finished in iconic Rosso Corsa with a black and red interior, is a cornerstone of Ferrari's supercar legacy. With just 1600 KM (~990 miles), this example epitomizes the blend of racing heritage and road-going performance that defines Ferrari's flagship models and maintains extreme originality.

Produced from 1984 to 1987 in Ferrari's Maranello factory, the 288 GTO (Type F114) was a limited edition evolution of the popular 308 GTB. The GTO designation, standing for Gran Turismo Omologata, pays homage to the legendary 250 GTO, Ferrari's flagship from 1962 to 1964. Though originally built to compete in the Group B racing series, the 288 GTO never raced due to the series' cancellation. However, its design and engineering set the stage for the modern supercar, embodying the "racing car for the street" concept.

Under its hood, the 288 GTO features the first turbocharged engine in a production Ferrari. This 2.8-liter DOHC V8 is equipped with IHI twin-turbochargers, Behr air-to-air intercoolers, and Weber-Marelli fuel injection, reflecting Ferrari's Formula One turbo technology of the era. The result is a formidable powerplant that delivers both performance and innovation.

The interior of the 288 GTO strikes a balance between minimalist design and luxury, featuring comfortable leather seats and air conditioning, along with intuitively placed buttons and switches. This car not only delivers on the track but also provides a refined driving experience on the road.

As the first of Ferrari’s decennially produced, limited edition supercars, the 288 GTO established a lineage continued by the F40, F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari. Each of these models incorporated Ferrari’s latest racing-derived technology, further cementing the 288 GTO's role as a pivotal model in Ferrari's storied history.
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