The Ferrari Testarossa is a sports car with a 12-cylinder mid-mounted engine. It was produced from 1984-1996 and was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. It replaced the BB (Berlinetta Boxer). It was originally intended to be produced until 1991, but production was resumed 2 times in the 512 TR and 512 M models, which were produced from 1992-1996. Only 9,939 units were produced in all variants, making it the most mass-produced Ferrari car of the time. It had a 4.9-litre engine and a 5-speed manual gearbox.