1993 Ferrari Testarossa 512 TR
1991 till 1994
315 kW (PS 428)
approx. 7.500 Vehicles (512 TR and 512 TM)
the rarest colour black/black
About the car
The name, which roughly means "redhead", comes from the red lacquered valve cover on the 12-cylinder engine. This is actually the third Testarossa model, however the first two (the four- and twelve-cylinder models from the 1950s) were written with the linguistically correct separation as Testa Rossa.
The original Testarossa was reworked in 1991 and appeared as the 512 TR. Optically, the 512 TR moved away from the Testarossa's front design. Instead of the continuous grills running parallel, this is now in the shape of a trapezoid and adopts the 348 TB'S design line. At the back, the elevation of the engine cover is flatter and is fitted with an additional cooling vent. The perforated metal bands on both fins on the bonnet are missing and the rear skirt provides a surround for the exhaust.