Ferrari is gearing up to replace the LaFerrari with an all-new hypercar later this year. Codenamed F250, the LaFerrari successor has already been spotted testing around the Maranello factory. More recently, Varryx captured what appears to be a pre-production test mule of the upcoming hypercar.
Until now, the LaFerrari successor prototype has been seen with heavy camouflage and dummy body panels and lights. This one though, is wrapped in fabric camouflage, giving us a hint of the car’s final design.
The F250 hypercar has a low-slung front with a rounded fascia and flared wheel arches. The front bumper appears to have an extractor vent on the side. The car has a curved windshield, and the shut lines on the roof suggest that it could get butterfly doors similar to the LaFerrari.
Note the large wing mirrors that look identical to those on the Daytona SP3. The rear of the car appears to have a vented engine cover and a centrally mounted exhaust.
The LaFerrari successor is expected to use a hybrid powertrain. Unlike its V12 predecessor, the new hypercar could use a smaller twin-turbo engine. It is expected to unveiled in the second half of 2024 and will be produced in limited numbers.