In 1989 the 348 replaced the most successful and influential two-seat road
car ever produced in Italy: the Ferrari 308/328.
The 348 was not simply a freshened 328, it was an entirely new car in
every sense, except its sense of fun. The exterior styling was a radical
departure, though it provided a strong visual connection to its contemporaries,
the Ferrari Testarossa and F40.
Perhaps most notably, the 348 was offered in a very wide variety of body styles and trims, making it the most
owner-configurable Ferrari to that time. It is a highly personal sports car,
capable of 5.5 second sprints to 60mph and a top speed near 170mph. Go to shemes