Ferrari Dino

The “Ferrari” Dino is a model presented in 1969 and produced to 3761 copies.

Its name is a tribute to the son
of Enzo who died prematurely at
24 years old.

It is the first “Ferrari” of
series that combines central engine and propulsion
Its engine is a
civilized version of a racing engine.

These ingredients make it a
a formidable competitor to the Porsche
911 which also uses a 6 cylinder.

“My interpretation of this desirable berlinette size model is offered here in a red and polished metal finish.

The sequence of metal plates all tilted in different ways seems to play with the light.

Its sleek, berlinette shape is easily recognizable and I tried to keep the look as clean as possible.”

Antoine Dufilho