Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta 1957 Gloster Gladiator.psd
Designed by Pininfarina as a replacement for the volante, this model was first used by Formula 1 star Mario Paganini. And with an almost unbelievably long run (just over eleven years) for a production car, it is one of the most unique and desirable to this day. Designed by Pininfarina as a replacement for the volante, the Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta is a lightweight and high-performance sports car. With a sleek, low-line design, this two-seat classic car manages to maintain the high performance of its two-seat siblings. Offering great dynamics and ride quality, the Swarovski feature of this car has won many hearts in and around the world.
With a long, sleek and muscular body line, the front fender, kidney bean, wheel arches, and radiator cooling vents give this car that lowdown performance often reserved only for big sports cars. The monochrome front end is complemented by its aggressive two-tone color scheme which includes the signature blue coloring. Other exterior highlights on the Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta include twin side pipes, a single set of headlamps, front, and rear bumpers, and fog lights. To complement the lowdown performance of the car, the interior has been crafted with materials that are soft and comfortable, while maintaining a modern and elegant design.
Underneath the stylish and muscular skin is an entirely different story. With the help of Pininfarina, the engineers were able to include some extraordinary features inside the body of the Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta. Among the best-known external designs is the side slit. This has allowed the air to flow through the car and cool down the engine thus giving the car a more favorable working temperature and performance levels. Also part of this side slit is a quadrant grille, which has a great function as the rear headlight is located above this portion.