The Ferrari 126 C4 M2 F1 Cabriolet 1984 is a testament to Italian design and engineering. Its sleek, streamlined lines make it one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever made. The car is equipped with a 4.4-liter V12 engine that produces an impressive 390 kilowatts of power and a top speed of 333 km/h. It is fitted with a six-speed manual transmission, a limited-slip differential, and a single-plate dry clutch. The exterior of the Ferrari 126 C4 M2 F1 Cabriolet 1984 is made with a combination of steel and aluminum for maximum strength and durability. Featuring an aerodynamic rear spoiler, rear diffuser, and twin side skirts, the car maintains its superb aerodynamics and grip on the road. The car also boasts unique alloy wheels with brushed-finish centers and high sills complemented by a black metallic finish. Inside the cabin, the Ferrari 126 C4 M2 F1 Cabriolet 1984 is full of luxury and performance. It features two leather-trimmed seats with five-point safety harnesses, a full leather-wrapped dashboard with analog dials, and a stainless-steel finish throughout the cabin. The car also includes a steering wheel with a series of buttons and controls, along with a hand-stitched Italian leather-wrapped gear shift knob and shift pattern engraved on the gearshift surround. In addition, the Ferrari 126 C4 M2 F1 Cabriolet 1984 includes a range of modern technology features, such as an onboard computer with full diagnostic ability, a rear-view camera, electronic sound setup, and air conditioning. The car also offers a sophisticated alarm system with anti-theft sensors, enabling owners to rest easy knowing their cars are safe and secure.
Careful measurement of the actual dimensions of the models, when creating their sketches, guarantees the high accuracy of our drawings, which is at the level of 94% - 99%.
When creating working drawings, all proportions of the depicted objects are strictly maintained.
You no longer need to create individual drawings of parts from scratch. The required changes to existing works are easily made using graphic editors.
The copyright holder permits the use of ready-made drawings, acquired under a free license, in the development of projects, scientific works and the preparation of presentations.