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.