Ferrari Gran Turismo 1960-1965

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1960: Ferrari 250 GT 2+2

The 250 GT 2+2 was the first four-seater Ferrari to be produced on a large scale. Fitted with the Tipo 250 single overhead camshaft 3-litre V12, 957 of them were built.



This model featured four speeds plus overdrive.

The Pininfarina bodywork combined the results of the latest studies on aerodynamics with extremely elegant lines.

The last fifty cars built (the final car left the factory at the end of 1963) were fitted with the 4-litre V12 engine from the 330 America.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
2953.21 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
176 kW @ 7000 RPM

TOP SPEED
230 km/h

1960: Ferrari 400 Superamerica

Produced in two series between 1960 and 1964, the 400 Superamerica was one of those flagship models created in response to customer demand.



A big, 4-litre V12, with loads of power and massive torque, sober yet luxurious interior, firm suspension settings that didn’t compromise on comfort, and a gearbox with overdrive.

The cars were all bodied by Pininfarina and included spider, cabriolet and aerodynamic coupé versions, as well as the famous, one-off Superfast models: II, III and IV.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3967.44 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
250 kW @ 7000 RPM

TOP SPEED
265 km/h

1962: Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso

The prototype of the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso was presented at the 1962 Paris Motor Show, and thanks to Pininfarina’s timeless styling, was a great success with the public.



ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
2953.21 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
176 kW @ 7500 RPM

TOP SPEED
240 km/h

1962: 250 GTO

The 250 GTO model was the pinnacle of development of the 250 GT series in competition form, whilst still remaining a road car.



It made its public debut at the annual pre-season Ferrari press conference in January 1962, and was the only front engine model on display, with its monoposto and sports racing counterparts all having a mid-engine configuration.

ENGINE
V12

0-100 KM/H
2,9 SEC

POWER PER LITER
102 hp/l

MAXIMUM POWER
300 hp

1964: Ferrari 330 GT 2+2

The 330 America was replaced by the 330 GT 2+2, which was unveiled at the Brussels Show. Around 1,000 examples were built in all.



It was fitted with the new 4-litre Type 209 V12, which sported a slightly longer engine block than the 400 SA series from which it was derived.

The 330 GT 2+2′s elegant line was the work of Pininfarina, and two series were built.

These differed principally in the front end treatment; the first series (1963-1965) having four headlights and the second (1965-1967) just two.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3967.44 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
221 kW @ 6600 RPM

TOP SPEED
245 km/h

1964: Ferrari 500 Superfast

This model, targeted at clients looking for uncompromising performance in a luxury car, was presented at the 1964 Geneva Motor Show. Twenty-five units with a 4-speed gearbox were built during the first series.



This model, targeted at clients looking for uncompromising performance in a luxury car, was presented at the 1964 Geneva Motor Show.

Derived from the 400 Superamerica, it was fitted with a special engine which benefited from the work of both Colombo and Lampredi.

With three 40 DCZ/6 Webers, it boasted 400 bhp, which placed the car at the top of its class.

In 1966 a second series of twelve cars came out, which had additional speed.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4962.96 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
294 kW @ 6500 RPM

TOP SPEED
280 km/h

1964: Ferrari 275 GTS

The Pininfarina-designed spider version of the 275 GTB shared the same independent rear suspension and rear-mounted gearbox.



The V12 once again was fitted with wet sump lubrication, but the engine developed around 20 bhp less; given the type of car and its target clientele, torque and flexibility were favoured over maximum power.

While the 275 GTB wore alloy rims, the GTS was fitted with wire wheels, creating a more elegant look.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3285.72 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
191 kW @ 7000 RPM

TOP SPEED
242 km/h

1964: Ferrari 275 GTB

The most important new features of the 275 GTB were the rear-mounted gearbox and independent rear suspension.



ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
3285.72 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
206 kW @ 7600 RPM

TOP SPEED
258 km/h

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