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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.

source: www.lotusespritturbo.com


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

Dimensions:

Length: 4515 mm

Width: 1775 mm

Height: 1125 mm

Wheelbase: 2490 mm

Shows

1968  Turin

Design studios

Pininfarina
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