This vintage Ferrari breaks all the rules and goes against all of the traditional body styling that is found on classic examples of the Prancing Horse. There are several reasons why this 1975 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 looks so different. For starters, the 1975 Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 was designed by Pininfarina and rival Italian car designer Bertone. Bertone had completed the design to be used for the Lamborghini Urraco, Lamborghini was less than impressed with the design and shot down the project. So when Ferrari announced that they were looking for a design, Bertone offered up the failed Lamborghini project.
One of the most distinct aspects of the Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 is the fact that this is the first time that Ferrari mass produced a mid-engine V8. The look of the Dino was not appealing to collectors and has always been the odd-ball Ferrari, until now. Collectors are starting to see the appeal of the Dino, a new generation of car collectors is upon us and they seem to have an eye for the ugly. Check out this story of a Dino owner who literally bought this vintage car by accident.
Who doesn’t just love a good flame battle? In this matchup we have a black Ferrari 458 and a yellow Lamborghini Aventador that is displaying Qatari license plates, they appear to be on a abandoned highway. These two supercars go at it with such ferocity that their exhaust pipes begin to glow in the dark. Enjoy.