How does a new Ferrari launch every year sound? It sure does sound good to us and it seems that Ferrari feels the same way.

When a Ferrari turns four years old, an M or modificato model will replace the original, with revised design, powertrain, and chassis improvements. An all-new model comes four years after that. With a total of four models in the Ferrari range, one all-new or M model will be launched every year. On top of that we will be getting a few Scuderia and Spyder models, as well as an Enzo-type vehicle once every decade.

Ferrari believes that they will keep the four-model range for years to come, with two GT models and two high performance models. The Italian automaker intends to widen the gap between the two types in the future.

The first new model will be the 612 Scaglietti replacement, codenamed F151, which will be due out in 2011. It will be a cheaper and more practical car than the current 612. The F151 will cost around the same amount as the 599GTB, with an aluminum body and engine in the front, but it will also get more interior and cargo space.

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The 599’s replacement, the F152, is due in 2012. It will be positioned farther from the F151 than the 599 is from the 612. We think that this new model will be harder and faster than the current 599GTO. The F152 will keep its front V12 and rear transmission layout.

Even though Ferrari is working on a hybrid model, nothing has yet been planned up to 2014. At the Geneva Motor Show, Ferrari CEO Amadeo Felisa told Motor Trend "It’s not feasible for production yet. It would take three years to develop the components and two more years to get the suppliers ready for production. The purpose of this is to find customers.

"We are doing hybrids because if we don’t there will be no more Ferrari," he added. "We are forced by fuel consumption and CO2 rules. We will have to do other things too — aerodynamics and lightweight — because hybrid isn’t enough. But it’s not under discussion to change the character of a Ferrari. We won’t lose performance."

He finished by ruling out the possibility of an all-electric Ferrari, though he believes that an electric motor combined with a normal engine can result in serious fun. "Every new model needs a new sensation. It is not just about extra performance or lateral g. If you couple an electric motor with a combustion engine, you can have an extra feeling of sportiness. I cannot imagine a fully electric Ferrari."

Stay tuned for more news.

Source: Motor Trend

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  (596) posted on 07.13.2011

I have remember that once Ferrari have said that they are not making four seater car to store their heritage but then in an instant its already sold out. BTW, For a hybrid car, I guess its a different story since this version doesn’t have a reliable engine technology.

  (488) posted on 07.13.2011

hmm. They don’t have any plan for 2014 and yet Ferrari is planning to make a replacement for the 599 on 2013! I guess, for Ferrari to find a possible dealer for its hybrid car is not that tough especially when they convinced us by making a newer technology for this version to be more reliable.

  (498) posted on 03.9.2011

Its kinda upsetting when a company is “profit minded” it will diversify the amount of cost to accomplish the goal of the company.

  (1211) posted on 12.3.2010

Too much promises, sometime it took 2 years for the ferarri to release another model

  (1023) posted on 06.24.2010

yes it’s sounds good but a model every year? i guess they will limit the models for about 5 model per year. and limiting the unit for 30 - 50 units per model.

  (387) posted on 06.23.2010

yes it sounds good but this might confused the buyers.. oh well it’s not my problem anymore.. for me it like the 599 GTO than any other ferrari.

  (211) posted on 06.22.2010

This Ferrari don’t even look like a Ferrari because the sporty style of a ferrari didn’t get this car. Well, for me it looks like Honda civic.

  (434) posted on 06.22.2010

for sure their research and development department will be busy every day creating and designing a ferrari.

  (808) posted on 06.21.2010

I hope they will not break their promise.

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