This is what the new Ferrari hypercar will look like.
Exclusive pictures taken by supercar spotter Varryx show the hypercar for the first time, albeit camouflaged.
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Codenamed F250, the prototype serves as a testbed for the new halo hypercar that will replace the LaFerrari.
The first thing that stands out is the recessed ‘frunk’, the front trunk, which may be a potential nod to the iconic F50.
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Speaking of which, the hood is technically located right behind the seats, no surprise there, because that’s where the engine will be.
As for the rear section, the clip reveals a massive wing and an unusual layout for the exhaust system.
The prototype has two large tailpipes located between the diffuser and the aforementioned wing.
They’re also quite far apart from one another.
One more thing we noticed is it looks very wide, made wider still by the wing mirrors, which appear to have been mounted on the wheel arches rather than on the A-pillars.
In terms of powertrain, the only thing we can be reasonably certain of is it will include some form of electrification.
After all, the LaFerrari is also a hybrid, combining a V12 with a Formula One-style KERS system.
Hopefully this one will also include a V12 but either way, it will certainly make at least 1,000 hp.
Ferrari F250 pricing and availability
The new F250 hypercar should be ready by 2025.
Unconfirmed rumors suggest a production cap of 599 units, including 199 convertible models.
Mind you, while it is nigh on impossible to predict the exact number, there’s no doubt that production will be limited.
The F250 will have to go up against equivalent hypercars from the likes of Lamborghini, Bugatti and perhaps even Rimac.
With that in mind, we can assume a price tag between $2 million and $4 million.