Dino 308 GT4
1973 / 1980
At the beginning of the 70s, sales of V12 models were hit hard by the oil crisis and the first speed limits. Ferrari realised that it had to change its product range if it was not to perish. So it was decided to launch production of a small 2+2 V8-engined berlinetta to rival the Porsche 911, Lamborghini Urraco and Maserati Merak. Marketed under the Dino name, the GT4 went through several stages in its life. Finally integrated into the Ferrari range in 1976, and adorned with the prestigious prancing horse, it sounded the death knell for the Dino brand at the same time.