The Italians never were the sort of kind to keep to themselves, particularly when they’re winning. It comes as no surprise that Ferrari has a few things to say.
Two main things should be considered from Ferrari right now is what they plan to do for the Geneva Motor Show and how they’re doing on a financial level.
Both of these come with exciting news for Ferrari’s future and for us as well since they plan to keep on treating us to special stuff.
The first of such things will arrive at the Geneva Motor Show and it will be a V12 powered supercar. It’s pretty obvious that we’re looking at a Ferrari 599 successor.
No official specs are available but most reports and speculation points toward the engine being a 6.3 liter V12 engine which would develop some 700 horsepower.
Other than that you just know there’s going to be some fuel saving technology that will very likely be annoying but even it won’t ruin the charm of a Ferrari sports car.
In regards to the Maranello company’s 2011 financial results, everything is going great. Last year saw Ferrari grow on all fronts.
Sales for Ferrari grew to 7.195 units which is a growth of 9.5 percent when compared to 2010 and revenues are up by more than 17 percent to 2.95 billion dollars.
Net profits were quite the impressive figure as they stand at $275 million.
With pride in the results, Ferrari’s CEO started praising the upcoming V12 powered car as revolutionary. Expect a major PR flop or one hell of a Ferrari 599 successor.