33. Ferrari Dino 308 GT4
When Ferrari introduced the original 246 Dino in the late ’60s, sports car purists were outraged because it featured the smaller V6 instead of the powerful V12. However, the market loved the smaller Ferrari and it sold in big numbers. But sadly, its replacement in the form of the 308 GT4 wasn’t so lucky. The 308 GT4 featured several interesting things such as an angular design by Bertone, not by Pininfarina as consumers expected. Also, it had the first Ferrari road-going V8 engine. The 2+2 seating configuration meant the GT4 had more space for passengers and their luggage.
It was also considerably less expensive when new since Ferrari envisioned the car for everyday use. However, it looked strange and lacked the style and presence of the rest of the Ferrari range. Soon, Ferrari retired the 308 GT4 and it remains one of the least desirable Ferraris ever.