Ferrari boss, Luca di Montezemolo, already informed us all of Ferrari’s intentions to go hybrid with the next Enzo, 599, and Scaglietti back in June during an interview with British magazine, Auto Express. And while, at the time, details were a little sketchy on what type of combination engine the Scaglietti would receive, things can be seen a lot clearer today.

The successor for the current 612 Scaglietti will be unveiled in March 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show and will come with a twelve-cylinder front engine that delivers a total of 550 HP with a 100-HP electric motor at the rear. The result will be a fuel consumption reduction of 35%.

On the exterior, the next 612 will be heavily inspired by the 458 Italia and the Vettura Laboratorio HY-KERS. The sports car will get a strong front, curved hood, and wider wheelbase. The Vettura Laboratorio concept combined a V12 engine with an 100 HP electric engine and a dual-clutch 7-speed F1 transmission.

Sales will begin in the summer of 2011, and prices are expected to be in the 300,000 euro area.


Source: Autobild

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  (797) posted on 09.7.2010

Ferrari is really going to join the hybrid trend now, and maybe, just maybe they will make an all electric car too.

  (331) posted on 09.2.2010

Looks more like an facelift of 612, with lots of California flairs to it, not a mule or hybrid, more like a revised engine.

  (462) posted on 09.1.2010

Looks like Ferrari is joining the hybrid trend.

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