The replacement to the 365 2+2, the Ferrari 400 was unveiled to the public in 1976 at the Paris Motor Show. The 400 was marketed with two transmission types and was the first Ferrari to have an automatic transmission.
The Ferrari 400 had a 200 HP output and featured 5-sud wheels, enhanced interiors, and luxury design, above all else. Only 502 Ferrari 400s were ever built, the majority of which with automatic transmissions. The Ferrari 400 had a 0-60 mph acceleration speed of 7.1 seconds. This was a modern take on a classic stallion with seating for four people. A true must-have for mid-1970s style collectors.