The German automotive magazine Auto Bild reported earlier this week that the new Ferrari leading supercar, named the F 620 GT, will make its world debut in March at the auto show in Geneva, Switzerland. The sports car is the next-generation successor to the high-end 599 GBT Fiorano.
Codename changed to new name
Even though the 710 horsepower sports car was named F 152 GT during production at the House of Enzo Anselmo Ferrari, it will be renamed F 620 GT by the time it hits showrooms, according to Auto Bild magazine.
Images of road testing
The Ferrari FF is what the designs look like as reported by some spy shots taken of the F 620 GT which were taken during a test drive. Auto Bild magazine printed the shots.
There are other attributes of the FF also
Picking the ideal engine
Just like the FF, the F 620 will have a direct-injection, 6.3-liter V12 motor that sits in the front of the automobile. The new motor will have an additional 90 horsepower though.
Not having all-wheel drive
Unlike the FF, the F 620 will likely eschew all-wheel-drive for a more traditional rear wheel momentum.
Special transmission for automobile
The gearbox is anticipated to be a beefed-up version of the seven-speed twin-clutch transmission used in the automaker’s 458 Italia.
Fuel saving measures incorporated?
Rumors have abounded that the car may debut with some type of energy efficient, fuel-saving system in anticipation of the ever-tightening fuel consumption restrictions in many countries around the globe. Those rumors are unconfirmed, but it is anticipated the car will feature a start-stop system.
See it is March
In March, we will see if Auto Bild’s predictions are correct or not. The 620 GT will be unveiled in Switzerland then. Before then, it is anticipated that we will see many teaser images.
So it time to bid farewell to the long-standing 599 and bring on the F 620, the new crown in the House of Enzo’s line-up.
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