The Japanese market has been a tough one to crack for most foreign automakers. But not Ferrari. It’s had a long and successful history in the Land of the Rising Sun, and it’s ready to celebrate.
The automaker has lifted the kimono to reveal the special, limited-edition J50 convertible it has developed to mark its 50th year in the Japanese market, the mid-engine two-seater starting out as a Ferrari 488 Spider but getting some feature and performance enhancements.
The Ferrari J50 was developed by the Italian maker’s Special Projects unit —with the help of the Ferrari Styling Center — which also came up with the 458 MM Speciale. And if you’re hoping to have something even more unique than the typical Ferrari, this might be your pick considering the plans call for the production of only 10 Ferrari J50s.