365 GT4 2+2
1972 / 1976
The design remains distinctive and quite unique in the history of Ferrari, which explains why it doesn’t appeal to everyone. Elegance has taken precedence over sportiness, the distinguishing features of which are four tailpipes, suggesting that a monster is hiding under that long Italian bonnet. No doubt about it, this Ferrari is designed for wide open spaces and long journeys, a true GT. The three-part body and angular lines contrast with the sensual curves of the 365 GT 2+2 it replaces. A very masculine design indeed. The front of the car features retractable headlamps that can be operated electrically from the cockpit, and fog lamps. The whole car is generously glazed, giving a very airy interior, a detail that is even more apparent at the rear thanks to the small area occupied by the quarter-pillars.