From the 70s to the 80s, Ferrari underwent a few changes, with Italian design houses such as Bertone and Pininfarina contributing in new ways that helped modernize the Maranello brand.
One of the products of this era was the Ferrari 412, a model betting on comfort and not the traditional sport car, with angular shapes and a modern and powerful V12 engine. It has never been appreciated by the general public, but its capabilities are recognized by any Ferrarist. Among those Ferrarists are those responsible for Ares.
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