In 1966, Pininfarina and Ferrari created the concept sports car known as the Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale. It had a three-seat configuration with the driving position in the middle and a mid-engined racing car chassis design. Intakes on the rear wheel arches, a glass roof, and a sloping tail with six lamps were other features. There were only two produced, and one of them was auctioned in 2014 for $22.5 million, but the deal never went through.
The Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale’s V12 engine produced 431 Nm (317 lb.ft) of torque at 7200 rpm and 380 PS (375 bhp – 279 kW) of power at 7200 rpm. The top speed of the Ferrari 365 P Berlinetta Speciale was around 245 km/h (152.2 mph).
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