The Ferrari P4/5 (also known as the Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina) is a sports car manufactured by Ferrari and Pininfarina. The car is considered as a single piece and was funded by U.S. billionaire James Glickenhaus.
2009, launched the Project Glickenhaus P 4/5 Competizione, and his team to design based on a Ferrari 430 Scuderia a race car for the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring, also a single piece.
Glickenhaus, who already owns a Ferrari 330P4 was, at Pininfarina for around three million U.S. dollars, a new edition of the car in order. Based on the last not yet authorized Ferrari Enzo for the U.S. was planning Glickenhaus and Pininfarina Pininfarina CEO Andrea unique, which should be modeled on the 330P4.
Visually reminded of the P4/5 of the central web in the cooler mouth, the flaps on the sides and the two separate air channels, as well as the opening in the front of the front of the original 330P4. On the flanks of the cooling air shafts were taken from the original in front of the rear wheels. The glass dome above the passengers is modeled on the 330P4. At the rear, the sharp separation edges and the round tail lamps have been designed along the lines of 330P4. A total of about 200 parts specially made for the P4/5.
The 4.63 meters long, 2.04 meters wide and 1.12 meters high body is made entirely from carbon fiber. The motor consists of a twelve-cylinder V-engine with six liters of displacement, which provides 485 kW (660hp) and develops 657 Nm of torque. The tire having a size of 255/35 at the front and 335/30 at the rear. The rims have a size of 20 inches.
From the autumn of 2009, a single piece with the designation P 4/5 Competizione was developed for the 24-hour race at the Nürburgring. Ferrari did not participate in the production, instead, developed by the Italian sports car manufacturer LM Gianetti, Pro.To and the team N.technology the vehicle. For this was an acquired by Glickenhaus Ferrari 430 Scuderia with the 4.0-liter V8 engine, the sequential six-speed gearbox and other technical components of a Provided Ferrari F430 GT2 of Michlotto and with a body made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic, which was reminiscent of the Ferrari 330P4. The vehicle came in 2011 as N.technology P 4/5 Competizione on the 24-hour race and finished by technical problems rank 39 of 135 evaluated participants.
2012 made aerodynamic changes to the front, underbody and rear wing, also the vehicle with electric KERS by Magneti Marelli was fitted. The 25-pound electric motor has an output of 30 kW. Performance Through revisions to the engine to 414 kW increased (563hp). The enhanced vehicle re-entered with the number 1 and finished at the end, despite KERS failure and a fire during a pit stop Rank 12
Since the vehicle was built on the chassis of a F430 Scuderia with U.S. approval, this vehicle is street legal there. Since his first public appearance of the chariot carrying the flag "P 45 C" of the U.S. state of New York.