Spy Shots: Ferrari test-mule on a dynoEnlarge Photo
Camouflaged by the shell of a Maserati Gran Tursimo, the new small Ferrari is expected to share much in common with the car from Modena including a new folding metal roof. The engine, however, will share its design with the 4.7L V8 that will power the Alfa Romeo 8C according to the guys at Autoblog.it, but power will be boosted to differentiate the two cars.
One major factor against the introduction of a new Dino is the fact that Ferrari isn’t even meeting demand for its high-end models. A distinct attribute of the original Dino was that it was never badged as a Ferrari so, like the original, the new version may also be badged with something other than the Prancing Horse. This would also substantiate the claims from Ferrari's management that there is no 'Ferrari' Dino in the works.
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