All New Ferrari Supercar teased, to debut on June 24, 2021

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Ferrari will make a big appearance another supercar June 24, the automaker reported in a short mystery video.

The video doesn’t give a lot of sign of what the vehicle may be. Not exactly a moment long, it highlights e-sports racer David Tonizza considering on the idea of “amusing to drive.”

We do realize that Ferrari is chipping away at a V-6 half and half supercar, and that it’s expected out soon. In 2018, previous CEO Louis Camilleri affirmed the vehicle’s presence, and said it would make a big appearance before 2022 was out.

This Ferrari is code-named F171, and it’s idea to utilize a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6, with a 120-degree “Vee” point to keep the focal point of gravity low. A solitary electric engine is relied upon to help drive the back tires, likely giving force fill at low fires up and support power at the top end. It might likewise be fit for driving the vehicle all alone for brief distances.

All things considered, the new model will be the passage level half breed supercar affirmed by Ferrari in 2018. Codenamed F171, the new vehicle is broadly expected to utilize an electric V6 powertrain – making it the association’s first since the Dino to utilize six chambers, and the second half and half equipped for electric-just driving, following the SF90 Stradale.

It is perceived the vehicle will utilize a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 and single electric engine, with a consolidated yield of around 710hp to rival the 680hp McLaren Artura. Dissimilar to the all-wheel-drive SF90, this new model will be back drive as it were.

It’s presently muddled if the motor will be an all-new Ferrari creation, or on the off chance that it will be identified with the 3.0-liter Nettuno found in the new Maserati MC20 supercar, but with no crossover help.

The half breed powertrain will likewise show up in the impending Purosangue SUV and will be vital to assisting the brand’s zap endeavors, which will incorporate a completely electric model by 2025.

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