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Ferrari 308 GTBi

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157kW / 214PS










Ferrari 308 GTBi

The 1982 Ferrari 308 GTBi, where "GTBi" stands for "Gran Turismo Berlinetta Iniezione," represents an evolution of Ferrari's iconic mid-engined sports car.

The 308 GTBi was introduced in 1980 as an update to the 308 GTB, which itself was launched in the mid-1970s. The "i" in GTBi denotes fuel injection, distinguishing it from its predecessor, the carbureted 308 GTB.

The 308 GTBi retained the sleek and aerodynamic Pininfarina-designed body of its predecessor. It featured classic Ferrari styling cues such as the signature Ferrari shield grille, pop-up headlights, and aggressive yet elegant lines.

The 308 GTBi was powered by a mid-mounted 2.9-liter V8 engine. This engine was equipped with Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection, replacing the carburetors used in earlier models. In the GTBi, this engine produced around 214 horsepower.

The 308 GTBi offered exhilarating performance for its time. It could accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in approximately 6.5 seconds and had a top speed of around 250 km/h.

It came with a 5-speed manual transmission, which was typical for sports cars of that era. The manual gearbox offered precise and engaging shifts, contributing to the driving experience.

The 308 GTBi featured a mid-engine layout, which provided excellent balance and handling characteristics. Its suspension setup, with double wishbones at the front and rear, ensured precise handling and agility.

Inside, the 308 GTBi offered a driver-focused cockpit with supportive seats, a classic Ferrari steering wheel, and a simple yet elegant dashboard layout. It provided a comfortable and immersive driving environment.

The production of the Ferrari 308 GTBi spanned from 1980 to 1982, with around 494 units produced in total.

This particular example was sold new in Garage Pozzi in Paris. The history of the car is very well documented. Lots of invoices and history related elements come with the car. It still has it’s spare wheel and the toolbox. The last timing belt service has been done in November 2022, ever since the car was driven regularly.

The Ferrari 308 GTBi is revered among enthusiasts for its timeless design, impressive performance, and iconic status as a Ferrari classic. It remains a sought-after collector's car and continues to be celebrated in the automotive world.

Overall, the 1982 Ferrari 308 GTBi represents a significant chapter in Ferrari's history, blending Italian flair with exhilarating performance in a package that continues to captivate enthusiasts around the globe.

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