365 GT 2+2
1967 / 1971
The Ferrari 365, whose name refers to its unit capacity, was the successor to the 330. Presented at the Paris Motor Show in October 1967, it was not until the following year that the first deliveries of the 4-seater coupé took place. Aesthetically, Pininfarina stuck to a typical 60s style, drawing inspiration from the 500 Superfast as well as his own work on the 330 GTC, specially built for the Princess of Réthy. In terms of length, this 2+2 is imposing. This is due as much to its immense sloping bonnet as to its gigantic rear trunk, designed to accommodate the belongings of its four occupants. The tradition of very long exhausts is respected, and while the front end is almost a copy/paste of the Superfast (lights, bumper, grille), the rear is more specific to the new 365, despite the reminder of the three round lights.