Ferrari 250 GTO 1964 b.psd
The design of the Ferrari 250 GTO in early 1964 is art by the perfectionists of the time, who knew full well that car makers were competing with one another to come up with the most beautiful, fastest, and most aerodynamic designs possible. These artists at Ferrari wanted a design that exuded beauty, speed, and most importantly performance, they knew that was only possible if the car met strict aerodynamic regulations set down by the government. This is what the designers and engineers came up with and you can see this on the face of the car. The design of the Ferrari 250 GTO in the early days was far from perfect but it was spectacular nonetheless.
One might think that perfectionism caused the car to look boring and under powered however, this was far from the case as the designers and engineers working at Ferrari made sure that the car was loaded with features that would help it stand apart from the crowd. Styling was one such feature and the 250 GTO was very stylish indeed. To take full credit to the designers and engineers who created the original version of the Ferrari 250 GTO, we have to look no further than Pininfarina. Pininfarina is the company that designed the original Ferrari and you can even find the original model on sale at the factory and it has had everything changed in its handling, tuning, and aerodynamics, just to name a few. All the exterior parts of the new car are factory tuned and certified by the Italian Department of Automobile Safety Commission (DIAAM).
So the next question you may ask is why on earth would you want to buy a second hand car that looks like a brand-new Ferrari? Well for a number of reasons but first and foremost, you need to consider the fact that buying second-hand cars is no longer a black sheep.