Described by experts as one of the most beautiful cars in the world, the Ferrari 275 GTB is a “must have” for any serious Ferrari collectors.
The Ferrari 275 is a series of two-seat front-engined V12 powered automobiles produced in GT, roadster, and Spyder form by Ferrari Manufacturer.
Ferrari 275 GTB was a two-seater automobile in production during 1964 to 1968 with a 3.3 litre V12 engine, producing 280-300 horsepower.
Some cars were built with aluminium bodies instead of the standard steel body.
The design incorporated reduced weight with a ten percent reduction in size, smaller diameter chassis, 21-gauge alloy body, Plexiglas windows, and magnesium used in certain engine and transaxle castings.
Designer, Mauro Forghieri, made the decision to build 12 lightweight 275 GTB Ferraris for racing purposes.
Although these resembled the road-going 275 GTB, not one of the body panels were the same beneath.
Forghieri designed a super lightweight steel and aluminium versions of the 275 GTB chassis.
The street cars were fitted with alloy wheels, shod with Pirelli tyres, while competition cars were fitted with special Borrani wire wheels, shod with Dunlops latest racing tires.
- 2-door coupe body type
- RWD manual 5-speed gearbox
- Petrol, engine with displacement
- Characteristic dimensions – outside length: 4360 mm, wheelbase: 2400 mm
How fast is this car?
Top speed is 270 km/h