Produced between 1975 and 1985 in the GTB (Gran Turismo Berlinetta) and GTS (Gran Turismo Scoperta) variants, the Ferrari 308 is a mid-engined supercar born as a replacement for the Dino GT4. In its squared and sporty design, the body of the 308 was made of fiberglass until 1977 and then became of steel in the following years, also resulting in a significant weight increase from 1050 to 1200kg for the Coupe variant. The engine equipped is a 3.0 V8 that delivers 255HP in the European market and 240HP in the American market. This power limitation in North America was necessary for the car to comply with the stringent anti-pollution regulations of the USA. This engine is combined with a 5-speed synchronized gearbox. Mixed with lightness and a good aerodynamic profile, this perfect gearbox-engine combination has given the Ferrari 308 exceptional performance. In the following years the 308 was globally weakened by 25HP in order to adapt to the increasingly oppressive anti-pollution regulations. The power was brought back to its original values ​​in 1984 with the release of the Quattrovalvole version. This car was replaced by the Ferrari 328.
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🏎️ Ferrari 308 GTB
πŸ“ Italy
πŸ› οΈ V8 3.0 255HP
πŸ’¨ 6,5 seconds
πŸ” 252km/h
πŸ’Ά No longer on sale
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