Built with the clear intention of taking a slice of the premium four-seater market, this was Ferrari’s first production 2+2. It was powered by the same three-litre V12 used in the 250 Coupés, but moved forward eight inches in the chassis to help create interior space without making the car look too long. The GTE’s success is evident in the 955 examples sold over three years. The collectors’ market, of course, doesn’t appreciate big numbers like that – or Ferrari’s with extra seats – so they are relatively cheap to buy, though hard to find in top condition.
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The FERRARI 250 GTE 2+2 release date is to be announced on Saloon.