Ferrari could be testing a further improved version of the track-only FXX K Evo.
The recently launched Ferrari F8 Tributo will soon have a big brother with hybrid power.
Ferrari has officially confirmed plans to introduce a V6 engine with turbocharging and hybrid tech.
Ferrari will debut its second-gen hybrid tech in a new mid-engine supercar that will sit above the 488.
This thinly disguised 488 could very well be a very early mule of Ferrari’s first ‘mainstream’ hybrid.
Captured running around the factory in Maranello is what appears to be a developmental test mule for the forthcoming Ferrari Purosangue crossover.
This might be our first look on the all-new mid-engine hybrid Ferrari .
What is Ferrari doing with this curious FXX K Evo?.
Ferrari isn’t saying much about the cars, but they’re retro-inspired speedsters with one or two seating positions.
Ferrari has already said it plans to launch a hybrid V8 model in 2019.
Ferrari has been captured testing what could be a hybrid in all-electric mode.
Forget the GTO – the track-focused 488 is called the Pista and will debut at Geneva.