GTO

Bring the 80s back, please

Octane Icon: Ferrari 288 GTO

The Ferrari Enzo and F40 need no introduction -- they've virtually been canonized. There is a Ferrari supercar, however, that travels under the radar compared to its two aforementioned (and more modern) brothers. The Ferrari 288 GTO was built with purpose, created to feed Enzo Ferrari's unquenchable racing passions in Group B racing, a beautiful, supremely quick beast. It can actually be credited as the father of the modern Ferrari supercar.