The Ferrari 166 Inter was Ferrari’s first true grand tourer. It was produced between 1948 and 1950. It was sold as a coupe and a barchetta. Only 38 examples were produced in total. Its predecessors were the 125 S and 166 S and it was replaced by the 195 Inter. It was the first Ferrari to be bought for the road rather than the racetrack.

The car’s chassis remained the same as previous models, had a tubular frame and was powered by a 2-litre V12 engine with 90 hp (66 kW), which was mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The top speed of this car was 150 km/h.