The Ferrari Daytona is a two-seat grand tourer by Ferrari from 1968 to 1973. The 275 GTB/4 was replaced by this model, which debuted at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon. It included the 275's Colombo V12 berlinetta and spyder versions. The convertible version of the Ferrari Daytona is called the Ferrari Daytona Spyder.
The Ferrari Daytona Spyder's twelve-cylinder naturally aspirated V longitudinal front engine produces a maximum of 352 PS at 7500 rpm and 431 Nm of torque at a maximum of 5400 rpm.
The 4.4-liter Colombo V12 engine that powers the Daytona generates 347 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 318 lb-ft of torque at 5,500 rpm.
The convertible version of the Ferrari Daytona is called the Ferrari Daytona Spyder. Leonardo Fioravanti created the Daytona while working at Pininfarina. Pininfarina is credited with creating the Daytona Spyder, which is renowned for its slender and refined lines.
It is a two-seater car with a soft top that can fold down. The interior has a full instrumentation panel and leather and wood trim.
The Ferrari Daytona is a two-seat grand tourer that Ferrari built from 1968 to 1973. Its official designations are Ferrari 365 GTB/4 for the Berlinetta and 365 GTS/4 for the Spyder. It debuted at the 1968 Paris Auto Salon to take the place of the 275 GTB/4.
In 1973, the mid-engined 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer replaced the Daytona. Only 122 Daytona Spyders were made, making production of the vehicle extremely constrained.