While the looks didn't change much, the 275 GTB and subsequent GTB4 featured revolutionary underpinnings. It's now highly prized
Though the body was a gentle evolution from what had gone before, underneath the 275 is special and significant, as Ferrari finally introduced long-overdue advances in chassis technology. All-independent suspension, a disc brake at every corner, and a five-speed transaxle brought it into the modern era. Bodies were built in steel or alloy – with the latter being worth up to 50% more today. Power from the 3.3-litre V12 could be 250bhp, or 275bhp with the optional six-carb set-up. This was raised to 300bhp for the four-cam GTB/4.
Four-cam models range from £2,000,000-2,650,000 today.