Fujimi 1/24 Ferrari Dino 206GT
With its wild wings, futuristic curves, and total lack of practicality, the Ferrari Dino 206 Competizione was the quintessential concept car. A radically designed prototype, the Competizione combined typical Ferrari values of charm, charisma, and technically advanced engineering prowess.
The Dino name in the Competizione's title is in reference to Enzo Ferrari's son, Dino. When Ferrari first developed a V6 engine for the 1957 Formula 2 series, he named it Dino. After that, the name of Enzo's son was used to designate six-cylinder and lower-cost Ferraris.
The name 206 means 2-litre-6-cylinder-engine, typical for Ferrari.
Later the engine was used in cars like Dino 206GT, Fiat Dino, and Lancia Stratos.