Family-friendly does not have to be synonymous with tame
When Ferrari introduced its 348 TB in 1989, it blew people away. The long-awaited successor to the 308/328 series, it was a dramatic departure from its predecessor. It took styling cues from the Testarossa, with side-mounted radiators, and a longitudinally mounted engine that mimicked the layout of Ferrari's F1 cars at the time. The rear-wheel drive, two-seater sports car was powered by a 3.4-liter V8, putting out a respectable 300 hp. It was a hot sports car in its time.