Both will be launched before the end of 2020.
There are no specific details available on these new vehicles.
The Purosangue SUV is not one of them as it’s planned for 2022.
Ferrari Commercial Chief Enrico Galliera shared an interesting thought with Autocar in a recent conversation when asked what segments Ferrari could be looking into for future new products. He said: “Potentially every segment is of interest to us, with the caveat that Ferrari is in the luxury sports car market.” This doesn’t say much about the two new cars Ferrari’s planning to reveal before year’s end however it does allow for speculation.
2019 was a busy year for Ferrari. Among others, the introduced the F8 Tributo, SF90 Stradale and Roma, and Ferrari’s still working on these exclusive supercars. Despite this and the global pandemic, Ferrari says it’s still on track to reveal more products in 2020.
Galliera added: “When we look at new segments, we have to keep in mind the soul and positioning of the Ferrari brand, and that’s our only limitation. There are some natural segments, such as sports and GT cars, but we can look to others as long as they’re consistent with our heritage.” Although Ferrari’s said in the past that they would never build a 4-door vehicle, they will deliver a 4-door (5-door?) Purosangue SUV by 2022. Could this mean that a 4-door super-sedan or, heaven forbid a 4-door coupé, is in the works?
Although sedans are “dying”, there’s still a market for them at this level. Super 4-door cars are few and far between and are more or less limited to the Porsche Panamera, Mercedes-AMG S Class, Audi S8, BMW M760i (and Alpina B7) and M8 Gran Coupé – there’s plenty of room here.