Some fans weren't impressed because it was rather primitive with its engine in the front compared to the Lamborghini Miura. But speed junkies wouldn't complain about that because an engine in the front meant the Daytona could achieve 174 m.p.h., faster than the Miura.
- Years produced: 1968-73
- Number produced: 1,284
- Engine: V12
- 0-62 mph: 5.4 seconds
- Power: 352 bhp
- Max. Speed: 174 mph
- No gadgets in the 1960s. Unfortunately.
- It was the fastest production car in the world, beating the Miura by two miles per hour.
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- Only the doors, bonnet and boot lid were made of light alloy. Everything else was hand-formed and hammer-welded small sections of steel.
- The raked vent window and door pillars complemented the raked windscreen.
- It's called the Daytona in honour of the Ferrari 330P4's triple win at the Daytona 24hr race.