The new engine brought a further bump in performance, the 65-degree V6 unit expanding to 2418 cc and producing 180 horsepower at 6600 rpm. The Dino 2400 Coupé reached a top speed of 205 km/h. In addition to the new engine, the second series Dino benefited from new rear axle independent suspension derived from the flagship Fiat 130, which considerably improved cornering ability. From 1967 to 1972, a total of 7577 Fiat Dino Coupés were produced in both engine variants. During the Seventies, Bertoni continued to work closely with Ferrari, Fiat and Lancia, leading the Turin-based coachbuilder to build the multiple WRC-winning Lancia Stratos around the same engine.