Leonardo Fioravanti was known for making many iconic Ferrari cars including the 365 GTB/4 and the 512 BB. But back in 1998 there was a concept that revealed at the Geneva Motor Show and it was called the Ferrari F100.
Before it was called the Ferrari F100 it went under the codename Primo which is a combo word with Amore. Together the two words mean in english first love. This was made to be a surprise to the Ferrari team, family and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Enzo Ferrari's birth.
It was going to be a mid-engined coupe with the same 3.0 Litre V10 from the Ferrari Formula One car. The Ferrari F100 would have also shared the same semi-automatic gearbox as the F1 cars.
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