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Ferrari 612 successor spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery

It's been less than a week since the last batch of shots of Ferrari's 612 Scaglietti replacement have hit the Net. And while we were quick to dismiss the hunchbacked shape the last time around, this more revealing set of photos proves that the 612 does, in fact, take on a more traditional shooting brake design rather than that of a swoopy coupe.

Ferrari 612 successor interiorOur spies managed to get a quick glance inside the 612 replacement, and in addition to confirming that there's an honest-to-goodness luggage compartment out back, we now have a relatively clear idea of what the cockpit looks like. In addition to heaps of the finest leather, we can see what appears to be a set of nicely bolstered seats and a Ferrari-spec steering wheel complete with the bright red "engine start" button and drive mode selector switch.

This latest Ferrari will undoubtedly be an eye-catching piece of machinery when the camouflage cladding is removed. Gorgeousness aside, we're salivating at the rumors of a 670-horsepower 6.3-liter V12 being found underhood, meaning 0-60 should be ripped off in just 3.7 seconds and the car's top speed should be well north of 200 miles per hour.


Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots

  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots

  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots

  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots

  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots

  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots

  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots
  • Ferrari 612 Successor spy shots


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Zoom-Zoom!..................


      Looks like it will be a hatch........!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Front-engined Ferraris are so awesome.
        • 4 Years Ago
        You didn't need to post 3 times. We knew what you meant :)
      • 4 Years Ago
      Way to go Ferrari... the most butt ugliest camo job ever! Bravo! I cannot wait to see it in it's best Red livery!
        • 4 Years Ago
        I was going to say it looked a lot like a C4 Vette. Of course, the C4 was an evolution of the '68 Vette's shape, which in turn was a *cough* homage to the '64 Ferrari 250GTO, so maybe it all comes full circle in the end. This thing definitely looks like it's playing from that songbook, which done right would be excellent.
        • 4 Years Ago
        For the camo job, why not buy a set of C4 panels? They look like they'd fit perfectly, and give people some serious head-fakes.
      • 4 Years Ago
      ferraris are getting uglier and uglier IMO... the 458 doesn look that good for me, its just the name thats giving the looks.... if 458 was a kia, everyone will call it ugly and dismiss it.
      • 4 Years Ago
      OMG!!!!











      Look at the price of gas!
        • 4 Years Ago
        Yeah, about $2 per liter, so $7.4 per US-gallon, and it has been higher.
        Quite normal north european gas price, also coming to the US in a not so far future.
        Time to scrap those big blocks...
      • 4 Years Ago
      from the side it almost looks like a late gen 3 firebird
      • 4 Years Ago
      Z3M coupe like design with more style (the rear is not so square) is the best way to descibe it. I've know the car will be in the US (Florida) to show dealers next week so get somebody down there now with camera.

      I've seen the car at the factory and even though its different I will say its a grower.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Everyone's assumptions regarding the vehicle seem spot on! 4wd, 4 seater with styling similarly close to the stunning 458.

      What are those camo'd vehicles pumping gas on both sides of the new Ferrari? Change the picture size to "Large" and click on pictures two, five and six from the left.

      Any help would be appreciated. :)
      • 4 Years Ago
      Looks to be shaped after the 458. The very front end is all plastic, trying to throw you off with camo. Look at the grille and hood, same lines as the 458 (which they should do, they got that right!).
      • 4 Years Ago
      I'm not sure if anyone noticed this already, but if you look in the second picture, there appears to be a second row of seats back there. Looks like we might have a 2-door 4-seater on our hands. Ferrari said they'd never make a sedan, they NEVER said they'd never seat four. ;)
        • 4 Years Ago
        @ Jeff:

        Boy, do I have egg on my face! My bad. I didn't know the 612 already
        seated four. I didn't know Ferrari made cars that seated more than two
        at a time. I guess this is my "something new" I learned today. :-/
      • 4 Years Ago
      Kevin

      That's not a Ferrari, the other car is a different make. This is probaly Finland, Sweden or Norway were all the manufacturers go for arctic testing.

      AWD and not 4WD is what's coming. The idea is to build a car that's an exotic that will get you to your winter chalet with your ski gear and in the snow.

      Look at a Ferrari 212 export put a modern spin on it (hatch tailgate and no trunk) and your have the general style.

      • 4 Years Ago
      Is it just me, or does that interior look decidedly similar to some current parts? I think it's a mule's interior.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I certainly hope this is just a mule interior with bits from other cars not destined for production, because the notion that Ferrari's flagship would have the same audio/nav head unit of a 20-some thousand dollar Dodge minivan seriously undermines their stance as one of the preeminent manufacturers in the world. It's bad enough that they have already put it in the California, and on top of that it's not even that intuitive or clever of an interface. I guess bean-counting and raiding the parts bin knows no bounds.
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