The 400 GT 2+2 debuted at the 1966 Geneva Auto Show.
Although it looks similar to the 350/400 GT, there are some major differences in the cars. First, every body panel was replaced with a modified steel panel for the 2+2 model. The 2+2 also had a taller body than the 2-seater models. The single headlights were also replaced with dual units on each side.
The 2+2 was a popular model compared to the 2-seaters, with 224 being made.
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