Launched in 1964, the Ferrari 275 GTB (Gran Turismo Berlinetta) and GTS (Gran Turismo Spider, pictured) are the direct successors to the legendary 250. In addition to what concerns the roof, the GTS differs from the GTB for the missing fairing lights. This car became very appreciated for its elegant and classy lines or for the innovative features that Ferrari introduced on it. Thanks to many glamorous details, such as the steering wheel in precious wood, the interior looks very luxurious. The extensive use of aluminum permitted to the Maranello’s brand contain the weight of a 4,36 meters long vehicle under 1100kilos. The roaring engine of the 275 is a powerful V12, whose heating is aided by eight side air vents. As standard, this engine has a power of 280HP but reaches 300HP when equipped with six (they are only three as standard) weber power supplies. An important piece of news is the introduction of the first 5-speed gearbox ever on a Ferrari. All the four wheels benefit from Dunlop disk brakes. For the world of races, Ferrari also developed the 275 GTB/C, where the C stays for “Competizione”, competition in English. Produced in just 4 examples, the GTB/C has a 350HP engine. In total, only less than 800 examples of the Ferrari 275 were produced, and this is one of the main reasons for the exorbitant price of this vehicle, which today costs millions!

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🏎️ Ferrari 275 GTB
📍 Italy
🛠️ V12 3.3 280HP
💨 7 seconds
🔝 250km/h
💶 No longer on sale
Our vote: ⭐⭐⭐⭐️⚡ (4,5/5)