Ferrari began track tests of the mysterious hypercar [Video]
The car will be equipped with a hybrid power unit based on a V12 gasoline engine. The total power of the new car will exceed 1000 horsepower.
Ferrari has begun testing its new hypercar at the Fiorano circuit. The video from the test was posted on the Varryx YouTube channel. The eight-minute video shows the races of the so-called test "mule" - under the body of the LaFerrari Aperta model, the Italians are testing a completely new chassis.
According to Motor1, the new product, which has not yet received a name, will be the new flagship of Ferrari. The car will be equipped with a hybrid power unit based on a V12 petrol engine. The total power of the new product will exceed 1000 horsepower. The premiere of the car should take place no earlier than 2023.
As for the LaFerrari and its open version Aperta, they have not been produced for quite some time. The car was equipped with a 963-horsepower hybrid setup, which included a 6.3-liter V12 engine, an electric unit, a set of lithium-ion batteries, and a seven-speed transmission with two clutches. Ferrari LaFerrari can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in three seconds, and its top speed is limited to 350 km/h.
In November, Ferrari introduced an open version of the new flagship supercar SF90, which received the traditional name Spider. The car became the most powerful production convertible in the history of the Italian brand. In total, the hybrid unit produces 1000 HP and 800 Newton meters. The Ferrari SF90 Spider is able to pick up the first "hundred" in 2.5 seconds, and it takes 7 seconds to accelerate from zero to 200 km/h.