Ferrari V12: As a follow-up to the 812, Ferrari is developing a new model. Despite the fact that its debut isn’t expected until later this year or early next, work on the supercar continues, as evidenced by new spy footage. Although the new spy footage reveals little new, it does show the car gliding over the Fiorano race course in Italy and record its throaty exhaust note.
Ferrari is seen in the video continuing to conceal the vehicle with a camouflaged Roma body. Safety is always a priority. At first sight, it’s easy to mistake this test vehicle for the twin-turbocharged V8 supercar, but a closer study will reveal bigger wheel arches and a modified front bumper with additional vents to boost the cooling capacity of the vehicle.
It’s not like the Ferrari is racing through Fiorano at top speed. But it looks like the test driver is having a good time behind the wheel, as he or she powerslides the supercar through the track’s many turns. The slides may be slow, but they still look like a good time.
The new V12 engine is largely a mystery to us at this point. The 812 Competizione is powered by a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 that generates an insane 830 horsepower (618 kilowatts) and 510 pound-feet (692 Newton-meters) of torque, and the automaker has already confirmed that it is developing an even more potent version. The manufacturer did not, however, specify which vehicles this engine was compatible with. It’s ready to fuel the 812’s successor, but Ferrari is also developing a new LaFerrari.
The majority of automakers are working quickly to electrify their product lines. That’s going to happen at Ferrari, with the company’s first electric vehicle scheduled to hit the market in 2025. The iconic company, however, plans to produce combustion engines for as long as feasible, including at least one more generation of the famous V12.
Ferrari’s decision to cloak their next-generation vehicle in a reworked Roma body suggests that it is still in the prototype phase of development. The start of a new year means that the Ferrari’s production body should be ready before 2024. It could make its premiere this year, but we wouldn’t anticipate it to hit shelves until 2024 at the earliest.
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