Last month Ferrari boss Luca de Montezemolo revealed that the automaker was planning something “
” for March’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show, and then just this week news broke that he may have been referring to a new Shooting Brake model to be based on the 612 Scaglietti
Now we have a spy shot of a mysterious Ferrari prototype, captured while it was undergoing testing in the colds of Scandinavia. While heavily camouflaged, we can clearly see a new front bumper design, headlights similar to those on the 458 Italia and in other shots, a quad tailpipe arrangement.
The rear portion of the prototype is the most heavily camouflaged, though much of the cladding could simply be a ruse to confuse onlookers. Strongly suggesting that this is the Shooting Brake is the location and angle of the rear window, which onlookers claim is real glass and not a ruse.
Of course, another possibility is that this prototype could be the 612 Scaglietti’s replacement, which has already been spotted on several occasions as a test-mule