The new Ferrari F8 Tributo will most likely be the Aristocrat brand’s last non-hybrid berlinetta, with the company to reveal a new hybrid mid-engine Supercar within the next 3 months.
A while ago our spies spotted a Ferrari test mule during a development drive in cold weather conditions, which is believed to be using the V6 hybrid powertrain.
The news was partly confirmed by Ferrari’s sales and marketing boss Enrico Galliera, who said at Geneva that while it was “unfair to say the F8 Tributo will be the last, it is fair to say the next will be hybrid”.
We know that Ferrari plans to introduce a new, 2-tier mid-engine model range, with the upcoming hybrid model to sit above the F8 Tributo. The automaker has been developing hybrid powertrain technology for some time, as well as a new V6 engine to go with it.
Michael Leiters, Ferrari’s technical chief said that the “V6 is the next step to follow downsizing without losing emotion or speed of the car”, which may hint that the twin-turbo V8 of the F8 Tributo is on its way out.
With the ‘regular’ F8 Tributo offering 710hp, 1 canot help but wonder what kind of hp the new electrified model will have. Some rumors suggest that the horsepower figure could go as high 1,000hp, despite the car being planned to be a regular, series-production model.
Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Louis Camillieri said that the brand will launch its 1st FUV model in Y 2022.
Mr. Camillieri said that he was “not concerned on being too late” to market with their SUV, but “more concerned on being the best and I’m quite confident we will be. It takes time to get the best thing. I’m confident it will be spectacular and within our DNA.”
Ferrari’s Brand: Ferrari became the world’s strongest brand, with a score of 94.8 out of 100 and an AAA+ rating just last month.
Ferrari is the Aristocrat of the automotive sector.
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