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List of Ferrari road cars

The following is a list of road cars manufactured by Italian sports car manufacturer dating back to the 1950s Ferrari.

Note to names

Through the years recurring acronyms have been used to identify Ferrari grand tourer body styles:

  • GTB: Gran Turismo Berlinetta
  • GTC: Gran Turismo Coupé
  • GTS: Gran Turismo Scoperta

Front-engine V12 2-seats

195 Inter (1951)
250 GT California Spyder SWB (1959)
275 GTB (1965)

Ferrari's first road cars ever produced were V12 grand tourers. This type of car was discontinued in 1973 in favour of mid-engined 12-cylinder sports cars, later brought back in 1996 with the 550 Maranello and made ever since.

Front-engine V12 2+2

Since 1960 the company has also produced front-engined V12 2+2 cars.

Front-engine V8 2+2

With the California a new line of V8 front-engined 2+2 convertibles was introduced.
With the GTC4Lusso T a new line of V8 front-engined 2+2 Grand Tourers was introduced.

Mid-engine Flat-12

512 BB (1976)

From 1973 to 1996 Ferrari produced 180° non-boxer flat 12 mid-engined berlinettas in place of the traditional V12 front-engined grand tourers.

Mid-engine V6/V8 2-seats

308 GTB (1984)
488 GTB (2015)

The Dino was the first mid-engined Ferrari. This layout would go on to be used in most Ferraris of the 1980s and 1990s. V6 and V8 Ferrari models make up well over half of the marque's total production.

Mid-engine V8 2+2

For a time, Ferrari built 2+2 versions of its mid-engined V8 cars. Although they looked quite different from their 2-seat counterparts, both GT4 and Mondial were closely related to the 308 GTB.

Mid-engine V8 Hybrid

PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle)

Halo Cars

The pinnacle of the company's road cars are supercars produced in limited numbers; 288 GTO was initially designed for racing homologation.

One-Off & Few-Off


1967 Dino 206 Competizione Prototipo by Pininfarina
Sigma (1969)
Pinin (1980)
Mythos (1989)

If the car is commissioned by someone, it's not a concept, it's a one-off.

See also


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