10. Ferrari 550 Maranello
This model was introduced in 1996 and named after the town where the Ferrari headquarters are located. As a result, the 550 Maranello marked the return to the formula Ferrari hadn’t used since the early ’70s with the Daytona. Because of this classic design, it had a front-mounted V12, a transaxle gearbox in the back, two seats, and an aluminum body (via Ferrari).
The model was produced for five years and was relatively successful as a result with just over 3000 examples sold. The 550 Maranello featured a new 5.5-liter V12 engine with 485 HP, and it was able to get to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. 20 years ago, those were impressive numbers, but the 550 Maranello is a seriously fast car even today.