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Spy Shots: Ferrari F250 Hybrid Seen Testing in Maranello


By SEMA Editors


The highly anticipated Ferrari F250 hypercar has been spotted out and about testing near the automaker's headquarters in Maranello, Italy. Although heavily disguised, the camo is gradually revealing more of the LaFerrari successor's bodywork and details.

Images show how the doors cut into the roofline, allowing for easier access and lending the F250 something of a race-car aesthetic.

The Ferrari hypercar prototype wears a huge aerodynamic package, designed to squash the supercar into the tarmac at all road speeds. The rear wing is particularly aggressive, but the bodywork is peppered with cooling ducts and hidden aero trickery to help it cleave the air efficiently.

Insiders suggests the Ferrari F250 will be a limited-series production car, with around 600 to be made. A further 200 Aperta or Spider variants are likely and there may yet be a few dozen track-only cars to boot.