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Art Photo Ferrari 328 GTS - 1988
Ferrari 328 GTS automotive photography. Hundreds of photos assembled together to create an artistic vision of this car. Photo credits "Ferrari 328 GTS"
In 1988, lovers of supercars were not spoiled for choice. The Ferrari 328 GTS, the successor to the emblematic Ferrari 308 that Magnum was driving, had only three rivals: the Lamborghini Jalpa, the Lotus Esprit and the Porsche 930 Turbo. Possibly, the De Tomaso Pantera. The 328 GTS, ultimate beauty object in 1988, is also considered one of the most reliable classic Ferrari. It is a relatively simple supercar, totally analog. Driving a Ferrari 328 GTS is physical, cerebral, without electronic safety nets.
It is a Ferrari that one could almost drive every day. Indeed, the 328 GTS is shorter and narrower than a current Ford Focus, so compact enough to feel comfortable in town, unlike its older sister Testarossa, or even the majority of supercars of the 21st century. It was also luxurious enough for its time, with air conditioning, electric windows, and even a radiocassette ... to stay comfortable on long journeys, while offering an immersive, invigorating and intoxicating driving experience.
The Ferrari 328 GTS takes an artistic form in this work of Amaury Dubois which takes the public on an ever more surreal road, with as a highlight the celebration of a beauty as obvious as that hidden inside. This photography appeared on the Italian automobile magazine: Quarta Marcia