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Ferrari - P6

The Ferrari P6 was designed by Pininfarina and first shown to the public at Turin Salon in 1968. The car was to feature a mid-mounted 3 litre 500bhp 60° V12 engine, though the prototype was a rolling chassis. The car design was to form the basis of the Ferrari 365 BB first shown in 1971.


Realistic appearance for this very meaningful concept incorporating the seeds that were to develops into the following Ferrari BB and 308 GTB.

source: Pininfarina

Engine & performance:

Position: mid

Type: V12

Capacity: 2990 cc

Power: 400 hp @ 9200 rpm

Drive: RWD


Length: 4515 mm

Width: 1775 mm

Height: 1125 mm

Wheelbase: 2490 mm


1968  Turin

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