The Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) “SUV” to Come in 2021
While Luca di Montesemolo was at the helm of Ferrari (NYSE:RACE), a Ferrari SUV was never on the cards.
But since he stepped aside and Sergio Marchionne took over the reins of the iconic Italian carmaker, it became a possibility.
Car Magazine reports that Ferrari has succumbed to it corso clienti’s demand for crossovers and is actively working on a family oriented road car .
More details will be provided in the Car Magazine’s July Edition, and for the record Ferrari denies the model is an SUV.
Codenamed F16X, the new Ferrari Supercar will be built alongside the GTC4 Lusso, and go up against the likes of the Lamborghini Urus and Aston Martin DBXwhen it hits the market in Y 2021.
Some renderings of a Ferrari crossover have been before, but Car Mag penned its own interpretation, courtesy of artist Andrei Avarvarii, based on its assumption that it will be “a 5-door, high-riding coupe.”
Project F16X will be aligned with Ferrari’s “shooting brake” replacement arriving in Y 2020, utilizing the same AWD (all-wheel-drive system) and aluminum architecture.
It will stand taller than the next-gen FF/Lusso, with 2 rear doors and no B-pillars, providing easy access to the rear.
Power will come from a V8 gasoline or a hybrid unit.
Car Mag says there’ll be no V12 option, which will make it the 1st gas-electric Ferrari since the LaFerrari.
Expect a price tag of $350,000, the Ferrari “4×4” will help the firm 2X sales to around 16,000 units a year by the start of the next decade.
I am a Ferrari owner since Y 1967, and currently my SUV is a 1989 LaForza it is and has been a great car, it is Ferrari Red!
That said, I for 1 am looking forward to the new Ferrari Super 4X4, with all due respect to Luca and the wonders he performed for The Scuderia at all levels while the Boss at the Maranello outfit.
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