This leg­endary Fer­rari was built in only two copies. His­to­ri­ans and con­nois­seurs of rare cars con­sid­er it the most beau­ti­ful Fer­rarie ever cre­at­ed. The 1957 Fer­rari 625 TRC Spi­der is an absolute­ly stun­ning car. It is capa­ble of reach­ing speeds of 220 kilo­me­ters per hour, but now such a lux­u­ri­ous mod­el only adorns the garages of col­lec­tors who blow dust off it and care­ful­ly pro­tect it.

Ferrari 625 TRC Spider 11

Its sleek, curvy red body hous­es a 320-horse­pow­er V‑12 engine capa­ble of chal­leng­ing the finest Ger­man sports cars of the era. Its tech­ni­cal fea­tures and rac­ing capa­bil­i­ties undoubt­ed­ly deserve respect, but what cap­tures above all is, of course, its visu­al beau­ty.


The beau­ti­ful con­tours of this Fer­rari are some­thing that is rarely seen in mod­ern cars of our time. This design has absorbed a whole phi­los­o­phy. One can only hope that this phi­los­o­phy has not died, but is only inac­tive at the present time. After all, as you know, every­thing new is a well-for­got­ten old and some­day we will return to such cars again.

Ferrari 625 engine
Such a vehi­cle could end up in your garage for as lit­tle as $4.8 mil­lion. It was for such mon­ey that a 1957 Fer­rari 625 TRC Spi­der of 1957 was sold at an auc­tion in Mona­co on May 12, 2012.
Such a lux­u­ry is avail­able only to the rich­est col­lec­tors, who, hav­ing acquired it, will nev­er let any­one near their garage. But we have a great oppor­tu­ni­ty to admire this Fer­rari in pho­tos

1957 Ferrari 625 TRC Spider

In con­tin­u­a­tion, read also about the most beau­ti­ful cars in the his­to­ry of the auto­mo­tive indus­try

See also
Hong Kong double decker trams