The Ferrari 308 GTS is a mid-engined targa top sports car. The Ferrari 308 GTS is the roadster version of the Ferrari 308 GTB, which is the successor to the Ferrari Dino 246.
Produced from 1975 to 1985, the Ferrari 308 GTS and GTB are rear mid-engined sports cars, replacing the Dino 246 in 1975 and being updated into the 328 in 1985. The 328 later became succeeded by the 348 in 1985.
The 308 GTS initially appeared in Asphalt Overdrive as a top Tier 1 car. It is the car you start with, as you learn the game controls with the car. This car is later replaced by one of the three cars-Ford Mustang GT Fastback, Fiat Abarth Rally, and the Ram 1500. In its episode (1), it has its event-the second and third restricted race in the game. However, as its price is 75 gold, it is let down by its price as the first restricted race of the subsequent areas require the previous boss cars of their regions, further making this car an unattracting choice.
Unlike in the next game that it appears in, the Ferrari 308 GTS uses the "Ferrari 458 Italia V8" engine sound.
The Ferrari 308 GTS was added in the Winter Update.
A Class D car, the Ferrari 308 GTS has a starting rank of 933, which was the highest until the introduction of the Alfa Romeo 4C in the Lunar New Year Update in 2016, a MAX rank of 1185, and a MAX+PRO rank of 1336. The car gains +51 from Tuning Kits.
The Ferrari 308 GTS accelerates off the line rather slowly due to its low-powered, low-efficiency nitro and its underpowered engine. Despite this, because of its lightweight construction, the 308 GTS handles relatively well. The 308 GTS's top speed outshines those of most other Class D cars except the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, Mazda RX8, and Buick Avista Concept.
The Ferrari 308 GTS behaves much like its Asphalt 8: Airborne rendition, only cheaper to purchase.