THE PROJECT

200 units, a symbol of sportiness and luxury

Ferrari 250 GT is a 2-seater Berlinetta, designed by Pinin Farina for competition. It has a shortened wheelbase (from 2.60 m to 2.40 m), a feature that makes the car more compact. Unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in 1959, about 200 units were produced by the Carrozzeria Scaglietti, in the “corsa” (aluminium) and “lusso” (mainly steel) versions.

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Design and technology refined over time

 

“The Ferrari” epitome, sporty performance and timeless elegance. Archetype of the technical-aesthetic process of evolution Ferrari Pininfarina. Its forcefully expressive, shapely form was highly appropriate to winding roads. Four disks replaced, for the first time, the voluminous aluminium drum brakes; the cylinder heads were those of the 250 Testa Rossa.

 

 

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Pininfarina Style and Engineering Centre
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