The Dino was the brand name used by Ferrari to sell "cheaper" sports cars while maintaining Ferrari's brand name. 3 models used it: the
206 GT, the 246 GT/GTS and the
In 1969, calls for more speed were answered with the 2.4-L V6 steel-bodied Dino 246 GT. Initially available as a 2-seater coupe, a targa-top version, the 246 GTS, was added in 1971. In 1973, an entry-level 2+2 coupe, the V8
Dino 308 GT4, was added to the Dino brand.
The 246 GT/GTS were eventually replaced by the Ferrari branded
308 GTB/GTS in 1975.