When the Ferrari 275 was unveiled to the public in 1964, it was the first Ferrari equipped with a transaxle. It came in 3 body types: GT, roadster, and spider. The NART spider body, designed by Scaglietti, has been described by Road & Track as “the most satisfying sports car in the world.”
The Ferrari 275 is a 2-door and 2-seat sports car designed and produced by Ferrari from 1964 to 1968. The 275 is equipped with a 3.3L Colombo 60o V12 engine with a power output from 280 to 300 HP. The GTB/4 model has a top speed of 166.5 mph and features a four-cam engine with six carburetors as standard. The interiors are all hand-made, and each model is built from top to bottom with extreme delicacy. If you are looking for a high-class 1960s sports car, look no further than the Ferrari 275.