Ferrari Gran Turismo 1971-1975

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1971: Ferrari 365 GTC4

The 365 GTC4 took up where the 365 GT 2+2 left off and, thanks to careful interior design, Ferrari succeeded in slotting in two small rear seats, while retaining the more compact dimensions of two-seater coupé bodywork.



ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
250 kW @ 6200 RPM

TOP SPEED
260 km/h

1971: Ferrari 365 GT4 BB

There were two important novelties on this car: the new 12-cylinder boxer derived from the Formula 1 car, and the mid-engined layout that marked the end of Ferrari’s traditional front-engined solution for its top performance models.



The car pictured here is the 1971 Turin Motor Show model which shows a twin tail-light, two exhaust solution to the rear and a different model name to that of the definitive production car that would debut in 1973.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
265 kW @ 7500 RPM

TOP SPEED
300 km/h

1972: Ferrari 365 GT4 2+2

This was a brand new design from Pininfarina, which faced the task of developing a fast, svelte and elegant 2+2 powered by the classic VI2 engine that would break with the more classical lines of the 1967 365 GT 2+2



Providing greater rear seat space than that car’s successor, the 1970 GTC4.

ENGINE
V12

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
4390.35 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
250 250 kW @ 6200 RPM

TOP SPEED
245 km/h

1973: Ferrari Dino 246 GTS

With the sales of the Dino 246 GT stable, Ferrari looked to increase its popularity still further by introducing an open version.



The 246 GTS made its debut at the 1972 Geneva Motor Show and reactions were immediately very positive. The styling retained the individual, attractive lines of the 264 GT, with the added advantage of a practical targa top for open-air driving.

ENGINE
V6

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
2419.20 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
143 kW @ 7600 RPM

TOP SPEED
235 km/h

1973: Ferrari Dino 308 GT4

The Paris Motor Show 1973. After 20 years of exclusive collaboration with Pininfarina, Ferrari unveiled the Dino 308 GT4, a V8-engined model designed by Bertone.



The Turin-based designer created an attractive mid-engined 2+2 in a body that was little more than 4.3 metres long, an outstanding achievement.

ENGINE
V8

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
2926.90 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
188 kW @ 7700 RPM

TOP SPEED
250 km/h

1975: Ferrari Dino 208 GT4

The Dino 208 GT4 came about when Ferrari decided to fit a 2000cc engine in the body of the Dino 308 GT4.



The car was destined primarily for the Italian market, because in those days taxation was particularly heavy on cars with engines above 2 litres.

The engine capacity was decreased by reducing the bore of the three litre model, but maintaining the same stroke.

ENGINE
V8

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
1990.64 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
125 kW @ 7700 RPM

TOP SPEED
220 km/h

1975: Ferrari 308 GTB

The 308 GTB made its debut at the Paris and London shows in 1975. Built to a Pininfarina design by Scaglietti, it retained the 308 GT4′s V8, albeit with dry sump lubrication.



The latter made for lower engine mounting and better cooling thanks to the fact that more oil was present. The first models boasted fibreglass coachwork.

ENGINE
V8

TOTAL DISPLACEMENT
2926.90 cc

MAXIMUM POWER
188 kW @ 7700 RPM

TOP SPEED
252 km/h

Ferrari Gran Turismo 1976-1979

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