The successor for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has been spied testing.
Wearing heavy camouflage, the prototype was caught on camera driving in Maranello, Italy, and looks to be a heavily modified version of the current F12. The proportions and design looks similar to the current model, suggesting its design will be more evolutionary than revolutionary. Up front, the camouflage mesh hints at a completely new bumper and air intake setup.
Rumored to be called the Ferrari F12 M, the new sports car is expected to make its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. With a familiar body shape, it’s likely the F12 M is more of a facelift than an all-new car. Expect power to continue coming from a naturally aspirated V12 engine, though it will get a boost to around 770 horsepower, like the F12tdf.
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