Ferrari’s upcoming 2+2 GT has been spotted once again by spy photographers and this time without the heave camouflage masking the car’s rear canopy. We finally can see the shape and proportion of the car and what appears to be a cut line on the roof, leading to suggestions the new model, codenamed 149, will have a removable roof.

Onlookers claim the car is closer in size to the 612 Scaglietti rather than the F430, which coincides with previous reports claiming the car will be a genuine 2+2 and will also sport a folding hard topped roof designed and assembled by Pininfarina.

Other speculated details include a 500hp 4.7L powerplant, direct-injection technology, and even a new dual-clutch gearbox. The new 2+2 GT will almost certainly forgo the rumored ‘Dino’ title and will likely be called the GT California instead – a name that Ferrari has already registered.

The car is scheduled to make its world debut at the Paris Motor Show in October. Below is a video of the car testing at Ferrari's test track in Fiorano.

Via: Autogespot