It’s aggressive, single minded and visually stunning. The Ferrari F40 is considered by some to be the ultimate super car. Released back in 1987 as the successor to the Ferrari 288 GTO and the last car commissioned by Enzo Ferrari, the F40 was, and is, a monument to everything that the company stands for. Its interior is a minimalist mix of carbon fiber, epoxy sealant and cloth. While the mid-mounted 471 horsepower twin-turbo V8 provides all the motivation necessary to place this car firmly in the ranks of automotive royalty. Clad in Ferrari Blu Pozzi paint, the F40 featured here belongs to a gentleman named Bernd Hahne, a German classic car broker. Every part on the F40 was designed for pure function, with design coming secondary to performance. It’s a wonderment of racing technology and a masterpiece of artful design. For me, it’s likely the greatest Ferrari ever.