Ferrari to introduce four new cars within two years

Article by Christian Andrei, on October 27, 2010

As you may know already, 2010 was a very busy year for Ferrari as the Italian manufacturer revealed the 458 Italia, the 599 GTO and the SA Aperta a.k.a. a convertible version of the 599 GTB Friorano. Furthermore, at this year’s 2010 Paris Motor Show, the manufacturer revealed a more eco-friendly California fitted with the so-called HELE System.

The next two years are also going to be very exciting for Ferrari as the company will introduce four new models to its lineup.

First of all, we will see the 612 Scaglietti successor, which is rumored to make its debut in March, at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show. Next car will be the 458 Challenge, a track ready sports car based on the 458 Italia.

Next autumn, at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, Ferrari is rumored to introduce the convertible version of the 458 Italia, the so-called 458 Spider.

The biggest surprise for Ferrari fans, will be the introduction of the Enzo successor, a new supercar which will continue Ferrari tradition in terms of super sport vehicles.

The new car is rumored to receive a twin-turbo V8 engine, which means that the vehicle will drop the legendary V12 engine, and adopt a smaller engine, just like the iconic F40 supercar.

The new car which will be built in a limited edition, is also believed to carry a hybrid system, but for the moment there are no details regarding this. Excited enough? The only thing you should do now is relax, and let Ferrari do its thing!

Topics: ferrari, supercar

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