Ferrari’s 2024 Lineup: Three Exciting New Models Ready for Launch

13,663 Cars Sold in 2023: A New Record-Breaking Year

The latest update for Ferrari enthusiasts centers around the signing of Lewis Hamilton to a multi-year contract with the Formula 1 team. This move will see Hamilton take over for Carlos Sainz starting in 2025. Joining forces with Charles Leclerc, who recently secured a contract extension “beyond the 2024 season,” Hamilton’s arrival is highly anticipated by fans. In addition to this exciting news, the road car division also had a momentous week, as several announcements were made during the conference call that followed the release of the 2023 sales figures.

The famous Italian car company, Ferrari, sold 13,663 cars in the previous year, showing a commendable 3% growth as compared to 2022. The demand for their cars is very high and all of their current models are completely sold out until 2025. This implies that any new orders will have to wait until 2026 for delivery. Managing such an overwhelming number of orders has been a challenging task, but Ferrari is not letting it slow them down. They have plans to release three exciting new models this year.

The Italian luxury brand continues to keep a tight lid on details about their upcoming release in 2024, but we do have some speculations. It is highly likely that the highly anticipated hypercar will make its debut within the next 11 months. Recently captured in spy photos of a test model sporting its final design, the successor to the LaFerrari is reportedly referred to as the “F250” internally. For the first time since the iconic F40, there are rumors that Ferrari will not be using a V12 engine.

As per reports, it has been confirmed that the latest hypercar will undergo downsizing with a plug-in hybrid twin-turbo V6 engine borrowed from the 296 GTB, 296 GT3, and the 499P endurance race car. Sources claim that Ferrari aims to manufacture 599 coupes, 199 convertibles, and a limited edition of 30 hardcore XX models, resulting in a total production of 828 units. The coupe model is expected to roll out this year, and production is scheduled to commence towards the end of 2024. It is speculated that the XX model will hit the production line in 2027, while the convertible version is slated for 2028. According to a member of the renowned Italian Auto Pareri forum, the remaining units will be completed in 2030.

One of the upcoming cars to make its debut this year is a new iteration of the 812 Superfast. Spy shots have captured it undergoing tests with a Roma body, and there are strong indications that it will be equipped with a naturally aspirated V12 engine. Although Ferrari acknowledged last year that a turbocharged V8 delivers better performance than an NA V12, they believe that the latter provides a more emotional driving experience. In May of 2021, Ferrari made a declaration that their newest twelve-cylinder engine will surpass the current 830 horsepower found in the 812 Superfast and Daytona SP3.

The identity of the third vehicle remains uncertain. Various potential options arise, such as a fresh Icona design, a Purosangue SUV variation, or a unique creation. However, it should be noted that the highly anticipated electric car will not be this mysterious addition, as Ferrari’s debut in the electric market is set for 2025. In the meantime, the new facility dedicated to producing eco-friendly vehicles is slated to open its doors in the coming year.

In the recent virtual meeting with financial experts, Benedetto Vigna, the CEO of Ferrari, announced that staff members will receive a gratifying sum of approximately €13,500 (equivalent to $14,700) as an incentive for their outstanding performance in 2023.

Source: Ferrari

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