The Ferrari 365 GTB/4, better known by its other name, the Ferrari Daytona, was a 2-seater coupe that used a unique bodystyle and dual over-head camshaft engine (DOHC). It was first introduced in 1968 and replaced the
275 series. In 1971, a cabriolet version, the Daytona Spider (365 GTS/4) replaced the
365 GTS. Both models were dropped in 1973. The
Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer, a mid-engined sports car, officially replaced the Daytona.
In 1971, a 2+2 coupe, the 365 GTC/4 replaced the
365 GTC and the
365 GT 2+2. It used the unique Daytona bodystyle and chasis but didn't use the dual-cam engine. In 1972, the 365 GT4 2+2 replaced the GTC/4 using the Daytona chasis but with a brand new bodystyle. It was then replaced in 1976 by the highly upgraded but still identical looking