FERRARI 328 GTS TURBO - Walkaround and sound rev 2013 HQ
Here' another video from one of greatest Official Ferrari Meeting in the south Italy, now in its 5th edition. Organized by "LO CHALET DEI CERRI", an unique Resort born in the suggestive DOLOMITI LUCANE in Basilicata nestled in the mountains's woods of San Severino Lucano (PZ), a real paradise for those who love peace and unspoiled landscapes. The Hotel, as well as offering typical products of quality and luxury rooms, 5 year now gives us a wonderful event which sees the partecipation of over 30 teams annualy. This year 37 Ferraris from Basilicata, Puglia, Campania, Sicily, Lazio and Calabria atteded at the 5TH AMICI FERRARISTI, so be sure not to miss any of the videos I've uploaded in the appropriate playlist. In this video a stunning classic red Ferrari from '80s, the Ferrari 328 GTS turbo, shows all its magnificence parading at the Festival giving me the chance to record all detail and particular of this automotive cult and record its noisy start-up launch and its lovely italian roar while driving away from the event. The Ferrari 328 was produced since 1989 to replace the Ferrari 308 as "little" Grand Touring of the Maranello's Prancing Horse and, with over 7,400 pieces made, its one of most loved Ferraris ever. Originaly the Ferrari 328 was produced in two versions, the GTB (Berlinetta) and the GTS (Spider) respectively the coupe and the cabriolet edition of the car. Both were equipped with the same V8 3,2 litre engine with 4-valve/cylinder that developed 270 hp and 313 Nm of torque. Thanks of this little monster and at its lightness, the car reaches the 100 Km/h in only 5,5 seconds for a Top Speed of 270 Km/h. The price at its launch was of 50.000 € but now you can't find a model sold at less then 130.000 €. Afterwards, following the tax imposed by the italian government on the luxury cars, Ferrari produced two new turbo versions, the related Ferrari 328 GTB turbo and Ferrari 328 GTS turbo, mounting a little 2000 cc engine that could develop the considerable power of 254 hp and a torque of 328 Nm. The performances of this "economic" cars dropped to 253 Km/h and 5,9 seconds for 0-100, not bad for a 2,0 litre. In later years Ferrari worked on this incredible engine applying a second turbo buster and placing it longirudinally like in the 288 GTO having a power of 400 hp. This prototype will be the basis of one of better supercar's engine ever: the Ferrari F40. The Ferrari 328's production will over in 1989, when the car was replaced in its turn by Ferrari 348. Complete walk around with each detail like interior, wheels, engine, logo and lights, driving, start-up and LOUD Exhaust rev sound. Hoping you liked the video and that you want Share, Like and Comment to give me the opporunity improve myself. RECORDED IN AUTUMN 2013: September, 22th 2013 _ Feel free to subscribe my Youtube Channel and to follow me on the other social Networks: YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/effeNovanta FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/effeNovanta FLICKR: www.flickr.com/photos/effenovanta TWITTER: www.twitter.com/effeNovanta GOOGLE+: www.plus.google.com/+effenovanta INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/effenovanta BLOG: www.effeNovanta.altervista.com
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