Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer by Pininfarina.
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"Styling prototype of a history-making car which marked Enzo Ferrari's conversion to the technical solution of the mid-engine. Low and flowing line with a groove along the flanks which ideally divides the body into two parts, so that they appear superimposed". Sergio Pininfarina
The first Boxer was the 365 GT4 BB shown at the 1971 Turin Motor Show. Designed to answer rival the Lamborghini Miura, it was finally released for sale in 1973 at the Paris Motor Show.
- Introduced: 1971 (Turin Motor Show)
- Manufactured: 1971
- Body Type: prototype for production, 2 seater berlinetta
- Wheelbase: 2500 mm
- Length: 4360 mm
- Width: 1800 mm
- Height: 1120 mm
- Technical Specifications: mid-rear engine, 12 horizontally opposed cylinders, 4390 cm3, 360 hp at 7500 rpm, 5 speed gearbox, rear wheel-drive
- Units Produced: 929
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