Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat SpA, has finally announced details of Fiat’s aggressive five-year plan today and, we have to admit, we are very excited about them. We are not going to prolong the information with a lot of fancy talk about the history or expectations of these new models because we don’t have to. Forget the potatoes, salads, and other side dishes, here’s the beef: a new Enzo in 2012, an open-top Spider variant of the 458 Italia due in 2011, a 458 Scuderia in 2013, a V12-powered 612 Scaglietti, a new 599, and a facelift version for the California. That’s, count ’em, six new cars before 2013. Ahhh, we love the smell of new car in the air.

The new Enzo will be powered by a direct-injection twin-turbo V8 or a direct-injection twin-turbo V6. It will also feature Ferrari’s new-generation aerodynamic technology, including ‘active aerodynamics’ that pump air out through the body to influence the way air flows over and under the skin. Details on the other models have not yet been revealed, but updates will come as soon as those details have emerged.

Not only is Ferrari working on new models, but Maserati is also currently working on a sub-Quattroporte sedan that will compete with models like the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW 5 Series. Following that is this little tidbit; a new Quattroporte is also said to be in the works.


Source: Autocar

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  (340) posted on 04.25.2010

I guess the speed of this ferrari Enzo is almost the same as the speed of a jet because powered by a direct-injection of twin-turbo V8.

  (428) posted on 04.22.2010

I thought that there are no more production of enzo? Oh well, I guess they’re just bluffing.

  (612) posted on 04.22.2010

Well, ferrari are now lessen their valves. I guess they were inspire by the Nissan’s success with the GT-R. Can you imagine a V6 that can reach up to 193MPH without the limit.

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