“Wild” Ferrari prototype spotted during tests

“Wild” Ferrari prototype spotted during tests


In the Internet appeared the test images of the model Ferrari that is similar to the road version of the racing car.

It’s safe to say that for Ferrari this year has been one of the busiest in the history of the launch of new products, as the company introduced a total of five new cars. It all started with the F8 Tributo in March to replace the 488 GTB, followed by hyperlipidemia SF90 Stradale in may, F8 812 Spider and GTS in September, and earlier this month — a Grand Tourer. Also worth mentioning is the unique P80/C, presented in March, and racing cars Challenge 488 488 GT3 Evo and Evo, released about a month ago.

It seems, in Maranello, there are more exciting events, as this wild prototype was recently spotted in front of the house Ferrari. Likely that is the aforementioned 488 Evo Challenge, as the updated style of machine designed only for track meets aggressive bodywork of this masked prototype. However, it remains questionable the fact that it is tested on public roads because it would be more prudent to evaluate the prototypes of the Evo on the race track. In the end, 488 Challenge Evo will be focused on the track.

In addition, quite interestingly, the car hidden under camouflage, though he was officially presented on 28 October during the Ferrari Finali Mondiali on Mugello track. Some will be tempted to assume that this is a test mule for a future road-oriented model or that Ferrari is testing a new engine.

Currently, we still consider it as the prototype associated with a 488 Challenge Evo, since it even has a small wing with end plate under the side mirror. The same was presented on Evo models as part of a new Aero package, and was intended to send the air flow in the direction of the intercooler, to make the race car even smoother than before.

You know that Ferrari plans to launch 10 additional car until the end of 2022, the most important of which will become the first SUV of the company FerrariPurosangue. In the future, given that Ferrari plans to release one new giperkara about every ten years, the successor to LaFerrari 2013 should appear until the middle of next decade.

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