Ferrari used its 2 L (1995 cc/121 in3) V12 engine in a number of models, all called 166 for the displacement of a single cylinder. Most early 166es were sports cars built for racing, though a later line of GT cars launched the company's street model line.
The following models used the 166 name:
- 1948 Ferrari 166 F2 — Formula Two racer
- 1948 Ferrari 166 S Allemano — racing barchetta and coupé
- 1948 Ferrari 166 SC — motorcycle-fender Corsa racing roadster
- 1948 Ferrari 166 MM Touring — Superleggera racing barchetta and coupe
- 1949 Ferrari 166 MM Zagato — Racing barchetta and coupe
- 1949 Ferrari 166 Inter — Coachbuilt street coupe and cabriolet
- 1949 Ferrari 166 FL — Formula Libre racer
- 1953 Ferrari-Abarth 166 MM/53 — Racing barchetta and coupe
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