During the second world war, Enzo Ferrari began planning his new car and commissioned Gioacchino Colombo to design a V12 engine for it in 1946. The 1.5 litre unit was designated Tipo 125, instigating the capacity of an individual cylinder (125cc), creating a system which would characterise Ferraris to the present day. ...
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