Ferrari Mondial Parts

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With styling by Pininfarina and bodywork by Carrozzeria Scaglietti, the Ferrari Mondial was marketed between 1980 and 1993 and at the time, was one of Ferrari’s most commercially successful models. Throughout production, the Mondial went through many updates with four variants produced as a result - the Mondial 8, Mondial QV, Mondial 3.2 and Mondial T. Excluding the Mondial 8, all other model variants were offered either as a 2+2 coupe or as a cabriolet (convertible).

All Mondial models were fitted with a V8 engine like the original 3.0 litre V8 powerplant released on the Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 in 1974, with the Mondial’s being the last V8, rear mid-engine, 2+2 Ferrari’s.

Starting with the production of the Mondial 8 which was launched in 1980 as the successor to the Dino 308 GT4. It was the first Ferrari production road car to be fitted with fuel injection as standard from new. The design was virtually bigger in every aspect, apart from engine size, when compared to its predecessor. Featuring a tubular steel chassis with a bolted rear subframe section - which enabled the engine, transmission, and rear suspension to drop out of the car as a single unit for ease of maintenance - it was considered one of Ferrari’s most practical vehicles with 214 hp, a proven drivetrain, four seats and a relatively low maintenance cost.

After production of the Mondial 8 finished in 1982, the Mondial QV ("Quattrovalvole") started its succession with an introduction of a new four valve head per cylinder design, which significantly increased power output and in turn road performance. The design was based on the early eighties Formula 1 engine and again shared the engine with the contemporary 308 GTB/GTS. The appearance wasn’t too dissimilar to the Mondial 8 other than red engine heads and a prominent "Quattrovalvole", (4 valve in Italian), script at the rear.

In 1983 a new cabriolet convertible model was added with body styling remaining the same as the coupe variant, and the roof maintaining the “buttress” design. The only difference was that the rear seats had to be mounted closer together. The cabriolet massively increased the desirability of the Mondial, especially in the American market, as at the time, it was the only four-seater, mid rear engine, convertible sportscar manufactured in regular production.

In 1985, the new 3.2 version of the Mondial was a more powerful and flexible V8 with further improved performance and a styling refresh. The 3.2 also had a major revamp of the interior with a more ergonomic layout and more rounded instrument binnacles. The five-spoke road wheel pattern alloys changed from a flat spoke design to become a bit more rounded, and from 1987 onwards, the 3.2 also sported ABS brakes.

The final evolution of the Mondial was the Mondial T in 1989 which was visually different from preceding models. The most recognisable differences being the redesign of the air intakes, new door handles, and the front and rear bumpers became body coloured. The engine capacity increased to 3.4 litres and became longitudinally mounted alongside the transverse gearbox which is indicated within the model’s name with the letter “T”. This pays homage to the first use of a transverse transmission by Ferrari in the Ferrari 312T, driven by F1 World Champion Niki Lauda. Adopting this new layout meant that the engine could be mounted lower in the chassis improving handling and performance.

New and Used Ferrari Mondial Parts Available

We stock a wide array of parts for the Mondial. Including Ferrari Mondial wheels, parts from the 1981 Ferrari Mondial exhaust, 3.2 QV Mondial brake pads, and all components from the Mondial QV engine. If you know the part number required or want to narrow down and filter your search use our search bar at the top of the page. To view all part diagrams online for the Mondial select your model from the choices above. Eurospares have new original parts in stock, or we can order the parts in at highly competitive prices with short lead times and fast global delivery.

At Eurospares, we've had many Ferrari Mondial's in the workshop, which we've broken down, retrieving their sought-after and working parts. We stock a huge range of genuine used Ferrari parts, all are readily available to purchase here online so you can keep your Ferrari Mondial in the condition it deserves to be in. To view photos and details of the Mondial's and other Ferrari's we have had on-site please visit our car breakers page.

A Passion for Parts since 1985

Here at Eurospares we love the Ferrari Mondial and having been established since the production of the 3.2, we've gained a great knowledge of this wonderful supercar. We have a passion for Ferrari and we have a passion for parts so please don’t hesitate to contact us for all your Ferrari Mondial parts needs.

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