With a new 3.3-litre V12 engine, and beautifully-styled Pininfarina bodywork, the Ferrari 275 GTS was a subtle step forward
The Spider version shared the new 3.3-litre V12 and all the advances of its GTB brother
, but this was far from just a soft-topped version of the coupe. Their bodies – though both styled by Pininfarina – were totally different, with the softer, less aggressive looking GTS staying much closer to the lines of previous 250 GTs. It is perhaps this factor that has resulted in the unusual situation of a convertible being worth less than its coupe equivalent, a fact that looks even more surprising when you consider twice as many coupes were sold.