At the 1964 Brussels Motor Show Ferrari launched the replacement for the 250 GT 2+2, the 330 GT 2+2. The 330 was equipped with a Colombo designed 4 litre V12 engine but that was no the most striking feature of the 330 GT 2+2. With its four headlights the Pininfarina styling clearly departed from Ferrari's twin headlamp 'exotic' look. It was replaced in 1967 by a Mk II version, with a more 'normal' body with two headlights.
None of the 2+2 Ferraris from the 60s and 70s are very beautiful cars, at least not compared to the GTOs Testarossas and rear engine cars. This car looks like a Fiat or Opel from the rear 1/4 view and somewhat american from the front. Not a very unified styling theme.