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The Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer was introduced at the 1971 Turin Auto Show. The mid-engine design was produced between 1973 and 1984 (BB). The first in a series of Ferraris to use a mid-mounted flat-12 engine. The Boxer was designed by Leonardo Fioravanti. The 365 BB was the first mid-engine road-car to bear the Ferrari name and the Cavallino Rampante (prancing horse) logo at the 1971 Turin Motor Show. Ferrari produced 387 365 BB's
512 BB carbureted engine was introduced in 1976, resurrecting the name of the earlier Ferrari 512 racecar. The name 512 referred to the car's 5 liter, 12 cylinder engine; a deviation from Ferrari's established practice of naming 12-cylinder road cars (as the 365 BB) after their cylinder displacement. The engine was enlarged to 4943 cc, with an increased compression ratio of 9.2:1. Power was slightly down to 360 hp, while a dual plate clutch handled the added torque and eased the pedal effort. The Dry Sump Lubrication prevented oil starvation in hard cornering. Ferrari produced 929 carburetted 512 bb
In 1981 the Ferrari 512 BBi with Bosch K- Jetronic CIS fuel injected BB 512i. The fuel injected motor produced cleaner emissions and offered a better balance of performance and drivability. 1984 was the last year of production. 1,007 512 BB i models were produced.