Codenamed F171, the new supercar has been spied testing on multiple occasions throughout Italy and Scandinavia and will be the automaker’s first model to use its long-awaited, V6 hybrid powertrain.
Car Magazine understands that this powertrain will be a 3.0-liter V6 sporting two turbochargers and a hybrid pack that aims to eliminate lag, torque fill, and provide added grunt. The electric motor is expected to be mounted inline with the crank. The engine will sport a 120° vee angle to lower the center of gravity and on its own, should pump out roughly 590 HP. This figure will rise to 700 HP with the e-motor and will make the F171 the perfect rival to the hybrid McLaren Artura.
Looking beyond the engine, it is reported the F171 will be underpinned by an aluminum-intensive architecture that’s set to underpin a host of new Ferrari models. This new chassis will have a shorter wheelbase than the F8.
The mule's wacky SF90 Stradale front paired with the 488 rear is very funny to me. Very exciting to see more performance hybrids!