The LaFerrari successor, codenamed – F250, was first spotted on public roads back in February this year. Ferrari’s next-gen hypercar has been captured by spy photographers once again. This time, it was seen testing around the Fiorano circuit.
The latest spy video shows the LaFerrari successor doing some hot laps of the Ferrari test track. You can also see the car doing 360-degree manoeuvres on the skid pad. It is expected to use a hybrid powertrain, however, it may not be a V12. In fact, it sounds more like a smaller twin-turbo engine.
Ferrari’s next-generation hypercar is expected to debut in the second half of 2024. Reports suggest that much like the LaFerrari, the production of the new model will be capped at 599 units. There will be an additional 30 XX versions for the track and 199 Apertas.