The publication said that the new Ferrari will have an output of 986 horsepower but that’s exactly what the SF90 Stradale makes and we expect the new V6 hybrid from Ferrari will be positioned below this. A more likely output of around 700 hp is what we anticipate from a rumored 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 when paired with an electric motor. That should see it perform similarly to the McLaren Artura. This car is expected to replace the gorgeous F8 Tributo which has comparable outputs from its 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. More information should be revealed soon but Ferrari’s electrified future is certainly taking shape.
And before you cry foul on Ferrari using V6 engines, remember that Dino Ferrari once resorted to the same configuration, which led to the birth of modern mid-engined Ferraris from the brand.