From the early days of the Ferrari 250 GTO, to modern supercars like the Noble M12, the letters GTO have always captured the imaginations of motorists.
Whether you can afford one or not (and sadly, most of us will never be that lucky), there’s something about the sight, sounds, smell, and power of these cars that has earned them a loyal following, and made them some of the most recognisable cars in the world.
To celebrate all things GTO (Gran Turismo Omologato, for the uninitiated) Influx Magazine has just published a brand new edition charting the history of these high-performance road-legal racers.
With a video shot on a ride in a 1965 Pontiac GTO, a profile of American GTO pioneer John DeLorean, exclusive Pontiac photography from Dom Romney, and Goodwood presenter Andy Craig’s thoughts on his childhood dream car, Influx discovers the roots of the GTO movement and its impact on modern motoring.
You can watch the video below, and click this link to view the full edition: