The Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Lusso is one of the rarer GT cars manufactured by Ferrari during the ’60s, with a brief production period that began in January 1963 and ended in August 1964. The spacious two-seater is the last of the 250 series and arguably one of the most elegant designs from the Italian automobile manufacturer.
The retro car’s Pininfarina body and Scaglietti coachwork encapsulate Ferrari’s classic luxury design, while a Columbo V12 engine and a 150 MPH top speed made it the fastest passenger car of its day — offering a ride that’s an impressive to drive as it is to look at. The Ferrari 250 GT/L is now on sale at RM Sotheby’s for a bidding price of around $2 million USD.
For something more menacing, Mercedes-AMG released images of the G65 Final Edition.
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