The worlds Worst Supercars of All Time
FERRARI 612 SCAGLIETTI Years produced 2004 to 2011
Ferrari has offered four seat models at the top of its range for decades, and more than a few of them have gone unappreciated, including the delicately styled 365GT4 two plus two of the early 70s, which later morphed into the 400 and 412. But one such model deserving of scorn is the 612 Scaglietti, which appears on this list not because it drives terribly (it won its only comparison test appearance) but because it s so damn hard to look at.Bloated in every direction, the 612 is stretched along a 116.1 inch wheelbase, three inches shorter than that of a base 2014 Chevy Silverado, is a full 193 inches long, and rises 52.9 inches from the pavement. The front end is a mess of intersecting lines, the side appears to be sagging, and (this is tragic for a car capable of blowing other cars into the weeds) the rear end is boring.Like a true supercar, it offers occupants poor visibility. For bystanders, though, the 612 Scaglietti is all too visible.