Ferrari is planning a range of new cars to rejuvenate its sports car family - including a new 458 Scuderia, a replacement 599 GTB and a hypercar to replace the Enzo.
A report by respected automotive industry journal Automotive News today published a detailed timeline of the new car launches planned by Maranello:
458 Spider Launched at the 2011 Frankfurt motor show, retractable hard top. European sales in autumn 2011
458 Scuderia Coming in 2013, following recipe of 430 Scuderia. A refresh for the whole 458 family is due in 2014
599 GTB The next all-new Ferrari will be the successor to the 599, called F152 internally. It's a two-seat coupe, with a front-mounted direct-injection V12 driving the rear wheels. Expected at the Geneva motor show 2012, European sales that summer
California Ferrari's coupe-convertible will be refreshed in 2013
Ferrari supercar Automotive News reports that the successor to the Enzo will go on sale in 2012: it'll be a carbonfibre model powered by a naturally aspirated V12 - and its lightweight tech will set the benchmark will all future roadgoing Ferraris will follow for the rest of the decade
Sounds like Ferrari is going to busy. Maranello is on a roll at present and the 458 Italia is CAR's reigning Performance Car of the Year and the car that held off the challenge by the McLaren MP4-12C to remain our favourite supercar on sale today.
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