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FERRARI 250 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1953
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Coupé (two-door)
 

1962 - 1964

The story says that the Ferrari 250 GTO was supposed to be named simply the Ferrari 250 GT. It seems that when the sports car was track-homologated, the nameplate was changed on papers with GTO - “o” from “omologata” in Italian. The first GT 250 was released in 1960 and the model did not stand out as the revised 250 GTO released in 1962. But why did Ferrari need to redesign everything after o...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  FERRARI 250 GTO 3.0 V12 5MT (300 HP)

1954 - 1963

The Ferrari 250 GT Coupe was presented at the Paris Motor Show in 1954. It was the first attempt of the Italian manufacturer to build a car for the normal motorist. The bodywork was built in the Pininfarina workshop, but soon the shop was unable to keep up with the demand. The Boano coachbuilder came along and helped with manufacturing the bodies. They produced around 80 units in one year. Th...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  FERRARI 250 GT 3.0L V12 4MT (220 HP)

  FERRARI 250 GT 3.0L V12 4MT (240 HP)

  FERRARI 250 GT 3.0L V12 4MT (250 HP)

  FERRARI 250 GT 3.0L V12 4MT (260 HP)

  FERRARI 250 GT 3.0L V12 4MT (280 HP)

1953 - 1955

Unveiled at the 1953 Paris Motor Show, the Ferrari 250 Europa was a car designed for the new European rules and preferences. It used a 3.0-liter V12 based on a design for Formula One 3.3 L engine. The first cars produced were bodied by Vignale along the lines of the 340 Mexico. The production was moved to Pininfarina, who built a 2-seat cabriolet version. There were clear styling cues with th...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  FERRARI 250 Europa 3.0 V12 4MT (200 HP)