Take a look at the front, though the car merely looks like a 458 in the hood and the headlights, the taped-up bumper is a new feature that you can't find on the 458 and 488.
On the sides, the wheels share the design with the 488's. The huge intakes on the quarter panel, which size and position are completely different from the 488's are really unique and striking.
From what the appearance suggests, the supercar is believed to be the Dino coming back for a showtime. Whatever it turns out, the testing reveals that this car didn’t sound like a V8. It’s probably furnished with an Alfa Romeo’s 2.9-liter twin-turbo V-6 which delivers 505 hp and 443 Nm of torque in the Giulia Quadrifoglio.
Taking advantage of the existing hardware is one way to reduce the price of this new supercar since there’re rumors about a $200,000 price range.
Under the light camouflage, the new supercar of Ferrari is getting prep for the two upcoming global auto shows this year. The Frankfurt auto show in September 2017 or the Los Angeles auto show in November 2017 would be the venues for the car to make its first appearance.
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