Rumoured to be based on the 812 Superfast, the new limited-run Ferrari will be showcased at a private event on 17th September at Maranello.
A new offering from Ferrari is always exciting news. The company has recently released a teaser of a new supercar that will make its debut at their headquarters in Maranello on 17th September. While details of the car are still a secret, the new supercar offering will possibly be based on the 812 Superfast. In fact, the car might just be christened as 812 Monza. With the trust and exclusivity that the brand commands, all units may possibly be sold out even before the official unveiling.
Considering that it is based on 812 Superfast, the new supercar will also share its mechanicals. At the heart will be a 6.5-litre V12 motor that pushes all its power to the rear wheels. In the world of turbocharged madness, this motor continues to be the flag bearer of naturally aspirated powerplants. The new Italian stallion is likely to have a 0 – 100km/h acceleration time of under three seconds and the ability to better the 340km/h barrier.
The image that Ferrari has uploaded on a private section of their website bears the name F176 – which is the internal codename for the upcoming car. Interestingly, this year marks the 70th anniversary of the 166 Inter – which in spirit was somewhat like the 812 Superfast – a front-engined V12 grand tourer. Along with revealing the new car, Ferrari’s new CEO, Louis Camilleri will also announce the company’s plan for the next five years on the same day.