Spy Shots Of A Ferrari Dubbed To Be 612 Scaglietti’s Succesor
Recently, we heard that Ferrari is looking to replace some its V12 models. That sounded a bit insane in the first instance, but now things are getting serious. It seems that the 612 Scaglietti, the 599 GTB, and the Enzo are going to be substituted in the near future.
Some recent spy shots of a test mule looking like a 612 Scaglietti made us think that things are going bad for the ol’ Scaglietti. It’s nothing official so far, but in the early 2012 a replacement for the 612 Scaglietti is expected to drop. Test mules are known for looking bad, and this one makes no exception. We don’t know how to call it yet (because the Italians always surprise us and choose a romantic name for their supercars – passed founders or famous geographic regions), but we can already say that we like the exhausts borrowed from the California model.
Anyway, it is also rumored that the spied test mule has a longer wheelbase than its forerunner and that under the scooped hood is a new V12 environmental-friendly engine that pumps 7 hp more than the existent Ferrari 5.7-litre V12, reaching 540.
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