Listen to a straight-piped Ferrari F50 blast its full V12 soundtrack
Ferrari has graced the world with dozens of amazing supercars, and the F50 continues to be regarded as one of the best. The owner of this example from London wanted everyone around to feel envy, so he swapped the OEM exhaust out for a Tubi Style straight pipe.
The convertible, which came in 1995 to phase out the F40 model, uses a modified twelve-cylinder engine from the Ferrari 641 Formula racer. Expanded from its original 3.5 liters of displacement to 4.8, the mill delivers up to 519 PS (512 hp / 382 kW) and 471 Nm (347 lb-ft) of torque.
Watch the video for an immersive demonstration of the unbridled V12 soundtrack.
Editor Andrew Raspopov