Between 1991 and 1992, a handful of Ferrari 348 TB's had their original
Pininfarina-designed bodywork extensively modified by carrozzeria Zagato of Milan.
However, due to legislative restrictions on crashworthiness,
Zagato decided not to modify the engine, running gear or chassis of the stock 348,
instead focusing on the aesthetics inside and out.
At the end, around 40 changes were made to the regular 348TB’s bodyshell.
Powered by a DOHC 4 Valves V8 mid-engine
that provides 223.7 kw / 300.0 bhp @ 7000 rpm.
Top speed of 171mph in standard form, and 0-60mph in 5.6sec.
Zagato initially announced a production run of 22 examples,
but only 10 cars were made.
(supercars.net & classicandperformancecar.com)
(Photos from classicandperformancecar.com, automarket.lu & annunci.autoscout24.it)
The regular factory production version of the 1991 Ferrari 348 TB