Ferrari says it will produce six new models before 2013 as part of Fiat's restructuring plans
Six new Ferraris will debut in showrooms over the next three years, parent company Fiat revealed at a press conference on Wednesday.
The new models include a new Enzo hypercar and an extreme version of the 458.
In 2011 we'll see an open-top Spider variant of the 458, plus an all-new version of the V12-powered 612 Scaglietti, which is rumoured to be the base of Ferrari's first hybrid vehicle.
The new 612 has been codenamed F151.
Ferrari will launch a new version of its Enzo hypercar in 2012, rumoured to be powered by either a direct-injection twin-turbo V8 or a direct-injection twin-turbo V6.
Another car due in 2012 is an all-new version of the 599 GTB Fiorano, currently known as F152.
A facelift of the California will be launched in 2013; currently known as the California M.
The final new model is a hardcore version of the 458, which should take the Scuderia name of its 430 predecessor and be launched in 2013.
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