Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2

The 250 GTE made its first appearance at the 1960 Le Mans were it was used as a safety car. It was officially introduced at the Paris Motor Show later that year.

Prior to the 250 GTE there were more 4-seater Ferraris like Ghia’s, Touring’s and Vignale’s who all designed 2+2 models during the 1950s, but not particularly successful.

The close collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina for the design of the first series of 4-seaters, had very good results. This specific car was acquired by the Museum through auction in Great Britain.

Built year: 1962
Engine type / cc: V12 / 2,953cc
Engine output: 240bhp / 7,000rpm
Top speed: 240 km/h
Number produced: 954

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