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GMC Canyon Denali
’16 Ferrari FF Prototype
The GMC Canyon Denali prototype’s camouflaged front end hides a revised all-mesh grille design that is consistent with GMC’s other Denali-trimmed models. Although blacked out on this prototype, the grille will surely be finished in a style to set it apart from lesser Canyon variants. The camouflaged front bumper may be more chrome-intensive, with signs of the reflective material stretching across the bumper’s width.
There have been some Internet rumors that the Denali may get a unique engine option to give the model more substance. However, there is no firm confirmation of mechanical upgrades that may distinguish the Denali from the lower-end Canyon.
Caught in the Arctic Circle, photos of this prototype for the Ferrari FF reveal a revised front fascia for the Italian shooting brake.
Recent rumors suggest that the revised FF is likely to get a power boost to something close to 700 bhp, which would top the FF range. There are also rumors of a possible lower-tier FF variant powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine borrowed from the Ferrari California T, which could help boost sales volumes of the niche model.
The updated Ferrari FF is expected to be unveiled later this year or early next year for sale as a ’16 model.