The 195 saw a bigger engine and more power for Ferrari's road racer
A logical and useful update of the 166 that cemented Ferrari's position at the pinnacle of motor sport and road car production. The V12 had been bored out and, in the hottest versions with a trio of carburettors, was capable of delivering 180bhp. The Inter model was the car you bought for the road, while the Sport was the one you raced. As with the 166, the 195 was available with a number of coachbuilt bodies, all in aluminium. The most popular were by Ghia and Vignale, but Pinin Farina, Touring and Ghia-Aigle were also available.