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365 GTC4

365 GTC4 (Italy, 1971)

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Unveiled at the 1971 Geneva Show and became the successor of two models in the Ferrari range: the 365 GTC and the 365 GT 2+2. It had a very short production period, which lasted until 1972 with a total of 500 units being produced, most of them sold in the United States.

Although its goal was to offer 4 seats in a 2 seats coupé shape, the 365 GTC4 wasn't very successful as the rear seats were marginal, for all but very small children. However one advantage was that they had folding backs, to provide a useful luggage platform.



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Design

The 365 GTC4 featured a very different bodystyle from the models that it replaced. It went from the more curved lines and elliptical radiator grille to a more angular design. It got a very low nose with full width black rubber front bumper that surrounded the shallow rectangular radiator grille. The rectangular driving lights and side/turn indicator light units were placed in the extremities of the grille opening.

Set in the flat upper nose panel between the bumper and the edge of the full width bonnet there were retractable twin headlight units. The bonnet also had similar rectangular exhaust air outlets to those on the 365 GTB4.

The car features a five window cabin with a profile that can be described as a sharp teardrop with its sharpest angle going through the boot lid into the Kamm tail.

At the back the 365 GTC4 received triple lens light assemblies on either side and a plain matt black bumper to balance the black rubber unit at the front of the car.

Design was a responsability of Pininfarina. The car was constructed in steel with an aluminium bonnet and boot lid.



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Engine

Compared to the 365 GTB4, the 365 GTC4 got the same 4.4-litre V12 powertrain but slightly detuned and with the maximum revs lowered. It had a maximum output of 320hp and could reach 7,000 rpm with ease.



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