6. Ferrari Mondial
Entering the car world in 1980, the Mondial was the successor of the Ferrari 308 GT4. It was a compact, Grand Turismo sports car with a 2+2 seating configuration and a mid-engine layout. The changes meant it offered more space than both the 308 and 328 GTB models, which were two-seaters only.
Although the Mondial was more practical and somewhat more affordable, it wasn’t particularly popular. Today it is a poorly regarded model in the Ferrari community. The design wasn’t dynamic, so Mondial’s performance figures were slower than the rest of the Ferrari lineup. The company responded by offering a 3.2-liter V8 and a turbo version, but it didn’t help its reputation.
Mondial production ended in 1993 after Ferrari produced close to 5,000 examples. Today, this is one of the most inexpensive ways to Ferrari ownership. A decent example will set you back around $35,000.