We have seen the spy photos, a Ferrari in a camouflage wrap on test, and news has been buzzing around for a while of a not only a new supercar from Maranello but a hybrid. Now at a recent Q1 2019 financial meeting, Louis Camilleri, the company chief executive officer has offered a bit more information on the upcoming hybrid car.
Set to debut within a month in Maranello, the electrically assisted supercar will be a top-of-the-line hybrid with supercar performance and a true beauty,” says Camilleri.
Despite the test cars bearing an uncanny resemblance to the 488 it seem’s the new hybrid will sit above the 812 Superfast range and is not a replacement for the afore mentioned 488. As well as the hybrid technology of the new supercar Camilleri also said the car would feature new human-machine interface technology but didn’t elaborate any further on this.
Any details on performance are unknown as of yet however, however the new hybrid Ferrari is expected to have a greater powertrain combined output than the 488 pista, itself not shy at 711hp (530 kilowatts), with deliveries expected to start early next year it is going to feel like a long month until Ferrari reveal it’s latest supercar.