I was thinking just yesterday that the Dino is a more direct equivalent to the Emira, although I get the 308 reference too:I do see the similarities in design language - similar curvature of the front fenders, position of the side intake and clean, fluid, tight lines to form a purposeful yet sophisticated pieces of art.
I've been thinking that the Emira would have served as a perfect Dino successor if released by Ferrari.
me too, I was offered a Dino for £30,000 in 2000 by a girl (a proper petrol head) who worked the company I used to contract for. It’s now my favourite car but, not financially possible for me. The emira is like the modern take on the Dino IMO, can’t wait till it arrives.One of the most beautiful designs ever. I want to kick myself for not buying one back when they were relatively cheap in the ‘90s ($25k).