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Name Testa Rossa Has Been Used for More Than One Model of Ferrari Testa Rossa is a name that has been given to more than one model of Ferrari car. Testa Rossa literally translates as ‘redhead’ so it is a fitting choice of name for a car that is associated with the color red. This name was given for the first time in 1958 and was used to distinguish a 3.5-liter 12-cylinder engine. Rather than the typical black or silver of most engines, the engine in this car was red making its name even more appropriate. The name was used for the second time in 1984. This time it was for a Ferrari supercar that had a mid-engine layout.
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