Ferrari has officially announced that the release date of its next “revolutionary” supercar is June 24, 2021. The company has not confirmed any details about the upcoming model, but the trailer video shot by the 2019 F1 Pro series world champion David Tonizza suggests that it will be completely different from the brand’s current product line.
- The F171 supercar will be Ferrari’s first V6 since Dino
- Learn about equipped with a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V6 and electric motor
- Expected to develop in the 710hp area
The video does not show the car itself, but it appears to show a Ferrari e-sports driver using a real car steering wheel, and includes a short audio clip of the engine starting.
Ferrari F171: what we know
The new car is very likely to become the entry-level hybrid supercar confirmed by Ferrari in 2018. Code F171, It is widely expected that this new car will use an electric V6 power system-this is the company’s first model with a six-cylinder engine since Dino, and the second hybrid car capable of pure electric driving. SF90 Stradale.
It is understood that the car will use a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine and a single electric motor, with a total output of about 710 horsepower, to compete with the 680 horsepower McLaren Artura. Unlike the all-wheel drive SF90, this new model will only use rear-wheel drive.
It is not clear whether the engine will be a brand new Ferrari product, or whether it is related to the 3.0-liter Nettuno that has recently appeared in the Maserati MC20 supercar, even without any hybrid assistance.
Hybrid systems will also appear in the upcoming Purosangue SUV and will be the key to driving the brand’s electrification efforts, including Fully electric model by 2025.
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