Italian sports carmaker Ferrari plans to launch 15 new models, including hybrid cars, a utility vehicle and more special editions as part of its efforts to double core earnings by 2022.
“This is an ambitious plan, but a doable one based on a concrete, detailed framework,” Louis Camilleri said at the company’s Maranello headquarters today. Camilleri took over as Ferrari chief executive from Sergio Marchionne, who died in July this year.
Two new models debuted today, Monza SP1 and SP2, which have V12 810 brake horsepower engines that can go from zero to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds.
#Ferrari #Monza SP1 e Monza SP2: le prime immagini [FOTO LEAKED] https://t.co/J3Drmb5uMz #MonzaSP1 #MonzaSP2 #FerrariMonza #FerrariSP #supercar #supercars pic.twitter.com/5geRVPFLt6
— Motorionline.com (@motorionline) September 18, 2018
Basées sur la #Ferrari 812 #Superfast (V12 6.0L 800 ch/718 Nm), voici les barquettes #MonzaSP1 (monoplace) et #MonzaSP2 (biplaces) dotées d'une carrosserie en fibre de carbone, hommages aux 166 MM Barchetta de 1948 et 750 Monza de 1954. cc @Ferrari #F176 #iconaferrari 🇮🇹 pic.twitter.com/H5Dh3XJRPk
— #AutomotivPress (@AUTOMOTIVPRESS) September 18, 2018
Talking about the Monza model, Ferrari’s head of product marketing Nicolo Boari added that it would be “the most powerful ever in Ferrari history”.
L’icona #FERRARI si chiama #monza e i clienti cominciano a farla vedere pic.twitter.com/4RprTAbnQ6
— umberto zapelloni (@uzapelloni) September 18, 2018
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