One of the most recognisable designs ever penned for Ferrari by Pininfarina is that of the 308. The 308 was much different from Ferrari’s first two-seat, mid-engined road car, the 246 Dino, as its design was angular and sharp.
As successful as the 308 was, Ferrari found ways to refine its design without losing the flair that defined the 308. The result was a car that was improved in every aspect; a car that could stand tall amongst its siblings. That car was the 328.