Last week, Ferrari reported its 2023 results and shared some good news about its immediate future. Last year, the company managed to sell 13,633 cars, 3% more than in 2022. For the successful completion of the year, employees were promised bonuses in the amount of 13,500 euros.
This year Ferrari promises to release three new models. One of them is a new hypercar, codenamed F250. According to some reports, the successor to the LaFerrari will be a plug-in hybrid with a twin-turbocharged V6 engine. For the first time since the Ferrari F40, the brand will abandon the V12 engine. The new product will be released in a circulation of 828 units: 599 coupes, 199 convertibles and 30 copies of the hardcore XX model. Production of the coupe is planned to begin at the end of 2024. The XX model will hit the production line in 2027, the convertible a year later. According to insider information, the last 828th copy will be assembled in 2030.
The second premiere of 2024 will be the replacement of the Ferrari 812 Superfast. According to “almost” official data, it is equipped with a naturally aspirated V12 engine. As the company promised in May 2021, it will exceed 830 hp in power. 812 Superfast and Daytona SP3.
There is no information about the third new product. Presumably, Ferrari is preparing a new Icona model, a derivative of the Purosangue crossover or some kind of “unique model”. The brand's first electric car will hit the market in 2025. But the plant to produce zero-emission models will open before the end of this year.
According to the company, all current Ferrari models are sold out until the end of 2025. New orders will not be delivered until 2026.