Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Successor Spotted Testing Outside of Maranello

Our man in Italy has caught a heavily disguised 612 Scaglietti replacement prototype undergoing testing outside of Maranello. Despite heavy disguise, we can see the front fascia that appears to be a 458 Italia-inspired, and four-tailpipe exhaust system.

The disguised rear hatch is part of the camouflage and we are not looking at a shooting brake version of the upcoming Ferrari.

The 612 successor features a longer wheelbase, offering more leg room, and possibly even a new Ferrari all-wheel-drive system. Power is expected to come from a 6.3-itre V12 engine together with a KERS-type system offering up to 670bhp. 0-62mph is expected in just 3.7 seconds, while the top speed will be over 200mph.

Ferrari will very likely unveil the 612 successor at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Stay tuned for more details!


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