The Dino was Ferrari’s first high-volume car and unlike their other model of the time it came with a V6. It’s famous for being named after Enzo Ferrari’s late son.
This is a later variant with the larger 2.4-litre engine producing 195 hp, the Dino was originally launched with a smaller 2-litre V6. Another change was a wheelbase increase of 60mm but apart from these two changes the car was virtually identical.
The car was a commercial success and know for it’s great handling capabilities, thanks to the small capacity mid-mounted engine which helped it achieve perfect weight distribution. Despite being a true Ferrari, it wore specific Dino badges as the company explored the idea of having a separate brand for less expensive, smaller-engined sports cars. This lower entry point made it a competitor for Porsche’s 911.
The Dino is a beautiful Pininfarina-designed steel-bodied berlinetta that showed the world Ferrari could compete at a lower price point without losing any of the flair and Ferrari appeal.
Mileage: 66,944 kilometers