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 the 206 GT, the
246 GT/GTS and the
The Dino 206 GT was originally designed to have a 180-hp V6 engine to be built by Fiat. But instead Fiat delivered only the 160-hp engine, the same as the Fiat Dino and Coupe, and this led to Ferrari producing only 152 units before replacing it with the
Dino 246 GT in 1969.