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According to Enrico Galliera, during 2020 we will see updates/variants of existing models, but no brand new cars
So this car will replace the regular 812 or would be added as a special version TDF-like?
If I'm not mistaken, since 1.1.2020 no new 812s could be...
Regular 812 will be discontinued and replaced by the 812VS?
Twin spark with prechamber?
I agree with you.
I was trying to answer to those who are talking about hybrid on 812, from a "generic" point of view (without considering...
I think 812 platform/frame isn't suited to accomodate proper hybrid systems.
In my opinion they can't go beyond a mild-hybrid (no EV, no plug-in)
I read an interview with Enrico Galliera saying 2020 will see three variations of current models but no brand-new models (such as Roma or SF90S)...
Euro 6d-TEMP and Euro 6d-FINAL have the same particulate limits for gasoline engines (PM: 4,5 mg/km; PN: 6*10^11 in WLTC and 9*10^11 in RDE), so I...
Does someone know if regular 812 will be updated with GPF to comply with new European emissions regulations?
According to Enrico Galliera there will be three launches in 2020 and they will be based on current models.
The Portofino-based Alfieri was still confirmed in June 2018 (the aluminum spaceframe was clearly visible on a slide shown at FCA Capital Markets...
VS is the suffix for Special Version (TDF, GTO, Pista etc)
Apparently the new V6 engine family is named F163
Yes. I'm not saying the SF90S chassis is derived from Portofino.
Nevertheless both cars should be based on the new "concept" of modular platform...
I think it's the third one:
3. F169 (chassis derived from Portofino)
I can't find the meaning of 600. Both 6.0 liters and 600x8 = 4.8 liters seems too large for the actual displacement
In 1947 Ferrari clinched its first ever victory at the Caracalla circuit near Roma.
(but in my opinion a Ferrari Caracalla doesn't sound good...)
Just a guess:
Some rumors suggested development of a "big" four-seater codenamed F166. Wrong informations?