2002 Ferrari 360 Modena

  • 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena Base Coupe

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      3.6L V8
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2002 Ferrari 360 Modena Review

Proves nobody builds exotic cars like the Italians.

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The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena debuts with a six-figure price tag and an exquisite-looking design. It's eye-catching with its sleek lines and bulging fenders, and it's extremely powerful using a 3.6-liter, V-8 engine producing a whopping 400 horsepower. This allows the 360 Modena to reach a speed of 60 mph within about five seconds. The two-stage muffler and dual intake runners help civilize the V-8 during normal driving conditions. Choosing the standard or high-tech transmission determines whether the driver uses clutchless shift paddles or the standard-gated tranny. The F1 manual six-speed features the electronic throttle control that provides clean, quick shifts, which comes as an option. Turning heads, burning rubber, and hitting 180 mph with ease are just a few of the reasons to check it out.

The Range

Body Styles: coupe, convertible
Engines: 3.6-liter V-8
Transmissions: six-speed automated manual
Models: Ferrari 360 Modena, Ferrari 360 Modena F1, Ferrari 360 Spider, Ferrari 360 Spider F1

What's New

The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena remains unchanged for 2002.


The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena features Pininfarina styling. Any exotic sports car enthusiast can spot the magnificent 360 Modena right away. If it isn’t the rounded lines of the futuristic look attracting the attention, it will be the glass-covered engine hatch. In addition to the sleek design, the sloping nose, fastback rear roof, and bulging fenders give it a look all its own. The two-function air intakes up front help to cool the twin radiators and engine. In the rear, there are four visible exhaust outlets, while it sits on 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels. The impressive aluminum usage in the suspension components, chassis, and body panels help to reduce the overall weight and has increased rigidity. While there are no wings or spoilers that may bring down the sophistication factor, the lightweight body helps deliver downforce at high speeds. Both structures are sound, whether choosing the coupe or convertible.

The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena Spider has a power top that stays hidden under a hard, sleek tonneau cover when it is down. The automatic top is especially quick and takes about 20 seconds to fully lower.


The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena provide twelve various shades of leather that are available for the two front bucket seats, which add to the vehicle’s expensive feel. Inside the two-seater is brushed-aluminum accents and supple leather with large gauges that are conveniently within the driver’s view. The luggage space is sufficient in the small coupe or convertible. It's able to hold enough for a weekend trip or getaway for two.

The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena includes standard equipment, such as power door locks, power mirrors, air-conditioning, power windows, and a CD player. No options are available with the exception of colors for the exterior and interior. There are no cup holders, which is something other coupes offer. The luggage area is located in the front, and there is a limited amount of space behind the seats for cargo. A golf bag or a couple of tennis rackets would fit perfectly in the cargo space. Furthermore, two storage nets and an electric strongbox sit between the seats.

Performance & Handling

The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena uses a 3.6-liter, V-8 engine that produces 400 horsepower. The engine couples with a manual six-speed transmission as standard equipment. The engine mounts behind the seats of the small two-seater in front of the rear axle. The option to utilize the semi-automatic gearshift is available in the F1 version, which changes gears with paddles located on the steering wheel. The maximum-stability traction control integrates with this engine. Fast acceleration is a primary benefit of choosing a car like this since it gets up to speed within a short 4.5 seconds.


The 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena feature traction control and anti-lock brakes as standard equipment. Furthermore, front airbags are installed, but side airbags are unavailable.

EPA Fuel Economy

Ferrari 360 Modena: 10/15 mpg city/highway

You'll Like

  • Attractive coupe style
  • Exciting and powerful engine

You Won't Like

  • Wide in tight spaces
  • High priced

Sum Up

Proves nobody builds exotic cars like the Italians.

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