Ferrari has gained a reputation as an automobile manufacturer whose every new model is eagerly awaited. Now, spy images show that a new supercar developed by the Italian automobile giant is being tested on the roads. This special car attracts attention with its loud engine sound rising from the exhaust pipes and will probably be the successor of the 812 Superfast.
Ferrari's New Car: What's in the Spy Images?
In the spy video, the test prototype is seen driving on public roads and making the beautiful sound of the V12 engine. But what's interesting is that this new model is mysteriously wearing a Roman body. This shows that Ferrari is making a special effort to hide the design details of its new car.
A Monster with a V12 Engine: A Possible 812 Superfast Successor
While the Ferrari Roma is normally equipped with a twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 engine, this test vehicle is rumored to have a V12 engine. Unfortunately, there is no information yet about exactly how much power this new power unit will produce. However, there are rumors that Ferrari is working on a more powerful V12 engine.
Currently, the most powerful version of the naturally aspirated, 6.5-liter V12 engine produces 812 horsepower in the 830 Competizione model. Therefore, the 812's successor will likely produce over 830 horsepower. Additionally, it is not yet clear whether Ferrari will use any electric power source in this new model. It looks like adding electrification could further increase the car's power. We will continue to add details as they become available.
This new V12 engine car developed by Ferrari excites car enthusiasts. Its loud engine, mysterious design and strong performance expectations show that this vehicle will make a big breakthrough in the automobile world. Now we just have to wait for official statements and technical details.