Ferrari's upcoming hybrid V6 supercar to be a revived Dino with a lot of power
It will basically be a baby SF90 Stradale which is no bad thing.
Ferrari's latest supercar with the current code name 'F171' is set to be the Italian firm’s first model since the Dino to use a V6 engine, this time with hybrid-assistance.
With its promise to announce 15 new models by 2022, Ferrari is well on its way having already announced the SF90, 812 GTS, some special homologations, and now the 'baby SF90' which is said to be the rebirth of the Dino.
This upcoming supercar will be powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0L V6 engine connected to a single electric motor for hybrid-assisted power. This is the same engine which will reportedly make its appearance in the brand's upcoming launch of its first SUV named the Purosangue.
Unlike the SF90, which has a motor on the front axle to offer all-wheel drive, the V6-powered one will be rear drive only, potentially allowing for more fun around corners.
Ferrari is releasing this new smaller version of the SF90 Stradale with a hybrid V6 as McLaren has recently launched its latest car called the Artura which will be the new Dino's fiercest competitor.