For the 1967 365 GT 2+2, Ferrari took everything about its predecessor and made it bigger. The engine grew to 4.4-liters and the wheelbase and passenger compartment grew, making this a true four-seater. This was also the first Ferrari to offer power steering as standard and interestingly, a self-leveling hydropneumatic rear suspension.
With 320-bhp routed through a five-speed gearbox, the 365 GT 2+2 could hit 60 mph in 7.0 seconds. Around 800 were sold in its relatively short production run. - Chris Perkins for R & T
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Car Design Peaked in 1967
Road & Track has a story about 4-door Ferrari's. I am still a sucker for a good looking car and I thought this one was the best of the lot. I like to think that I am still flexible enough to appreciate a good, new design, but if that's the case, why do I think all the newer ones are repellent?