The Dino was introduced as a racing car and test bed for the 1600cc engine for Formula 2. To homologate a car for the series Fiat produced the Dino in 1967 as they could cope with the 500 cars that needed to be built. The V6 engine produced 180bhp at 8000rpm. In 1970 the engine size was increased to 2.4-litres. The 246GT was discontinued in 1974 to make way for the 308GT4. The total Dino production run was 3913. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification and technical data, driver's impressions, new model reports, history. Models covered: 206GT, 246GT, 246GTS, pre-production prototypes.