Whenever Ferrari comes up with a new model, it becomes etched to our memory. But there is one model, 1993 Ferrari Conciso that is least known from the iconic Italian car maker. Retired talk show celebrity who is also a car fanatic got the opportunity to get close and personal with the 1993 Ferrari Conciso. He gave us his insight after driving this classic car. One of the most noticeable aspect is that it is one-off and there is none like it. Another most interesting aspect is that it is sold for just €109,20 to its current owner at Monaco auction.
1993 Ferrari Conciso started off as 328 GTS and features an aluminium alloy body shell crafted by Bernd Michalak, an expert Ferrari body maker in Italy. When Michalak was given the task, he looked to create something unique and thus, he deleted all body panels and replaced them with what he deemed to be absolutely necessary. Hence, Ferrari Conciso features an exceptionally short front and rear overhangs, no doors, and only a tiny windshield. Owner of the vehicle claims that weight of the car is tipped at 889 kg, 362 kg lighter than the 328 GTS.
Power in the 1993 Ferrari Conciso comes from standard naturally aspirated 3.2-liter V8 engine from 328. It offers an output of 270hp and is mated with stock five-speed manual transmission, channelling power to rear wheels. Before landing in current owner’s garage, it resided to a collector in North America and remained there till 1998. After that it was acquired by a Belgian collector who displayed it in his living room until he decided to auction it in 2018.