1976-1979, 502 produced.
Saloon,2 doors,4 seats
A larger engined version of the 365GT4 2+2 that it replaced, the 400GT now provided the performance expected of its predecessor. One side effect of this larger, 4823cc V12, was its ferocious appetite for petrol, not a good selling point in the fuel starved 1970s!
The 400GT looks very similar to the car it replaced, different lamps and spoiler are the main differences. This model is perhaps best known for introducing automatic transmission to Ferrari customers, an option never listed before. Made from 1976-1979. some 500 examples were produced in total.
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Treat yourself to Power & Luxury
|Publication||Classic Cars December 2005|
|Treat yourself to Power & Luxury - Fast and sumptuous motoring takes many forms - just look at these five classics. But they all have one thing in common: you could own one for a lot less than you might think. Maserati Quattroporte, Ferrari 400 GT, Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II, Jensen Interceptor, Jaguar MK2.|
Buyers Guide -Ferrari 400,412 & 365GT4 2+2
|Publication||Classic & Sports Car October 2011|
|Buyers Guide -Ferrari 400,412 & 365GT4 2+2 - Maranello's family supercar makes an intelligent classic choice, as Malcolm McKay explains.|
Buying Power - Ferrari 400 Series
|Publication||Classic Car Weekly 23 December 2004|
|Buying Power - Ferrari 400 Series - The 400 Series proves it is possible to buy a V12-engined, Pininfarina-styled Ferrari-badged supercar for less that £10,000. KEITH ADAMS delves in the dos and dont’s of buying a realistically priced blue-blood.|