In 1971, Ferrari introduced the 365 GTC4, a 2+2 grand tourer designed to replace the 365 GTC and 365 GT 2+2. Finding an appropriate middle ground between these two predecessors meant the GTC4 struck an odd balance between aggression and practicality – it came with the same quad-cam V-12 as the 365 GTB/4 Daytona, but peak output was lowered for better around-town response. The two-door exterior design promised a sporty experience, but the overall aesthetic was relatively restrained. The interior was outfitted for driver enjoyment, but came with a miniscule rear seat. Simply put, the GTC4 was a more civilized take on Prancing Horse performance, but it could still bring the heat if properly motivated.