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Ferrari 812 successor test mule spied with pre-production bodywork

Ferrari has been working on its next-generation flagship GT for some time now. Earlier, we have seen test mules of the Ferrari 812 successor disguised as the Roma. Now though, the first prototypes with pre-production bodywork have been spotted.

As you would imagine, this is an early prototype of the 812 successor. While Ferrari has done a great job of masking the bodywork with camouflage, you can still make out the long hood, swooping roof line that blends into a stubby rear end. The car has quad exhausts, similar to the 812 Superfast and is riding on generic wheels.

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Now, details of the Ferrari 812 successor are scarce. However, reports suggest the car might use an all-new naturally aspirated V12 engine. But, it is likely to be smaller than the current 6.5-liter unit and could get some hybrid assistance.

The 812 Superfast was powered by a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 that developed 789 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. The engine in the 812 Competizione produces 830 hp @ 9250 rpm and 510 lb-ft @ 7000 rpm. While it is similar to the one that powers the Superfast, it revs to 9500 rpm.


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