Ferrari to launch new entry level vehicle in October
Some of you already call it Dino, some of you call it F250 and some of you may not have a clue how the new Ferrari vehicle will be named but one thing is for sure: the prancing horse will be launching an entry level vehicle in October at the Paris Auto Show. Sources confirmed the existence of a V6 under the hood because this engine is currently the cheapest solution.
So far the Italian automaker did not reveal any clue about the new car, spy photographers didn’t make any picture and for the moment nobody knows how the baby Ferrari will look like, so TopSpeed designer had to work with its own imagination and create the rendering above. Let us know if you like it.
If you are already reaching your pocket to buy this new marvel, don’t expect it to come cheap. The new model will not compete against the Aston Martin V8 not the Maserati GranTurismo, so expect a price starting in the $150k (between the F430 and F599). As Ferrari said earlier, if you want to buy a cheap Ferrari, you will have to buy a used Ferrari.
Let’s see if this is the truth or just another marketing plot to keep sales of the F430 going until the new cheaper model arrives.
For those of you looking for more, a few months ago a young designer from New Zeeland presented his view of a Ferrari F250 Concept, a 2.5 liter V6 powered vehicle capable to run also on ethanol. His car might not resemble in any way the future production car original it can be considered a good source for imagination for the next 7 months until the Paris Motor Show.