With dozens of major automakers competing to separate us from our hard-earned cash in return for the newest, greatest development in motorized transportation, there are new cars making their debut just about every day. But the vast majority of them are not, of course, from Ferrari. Even with four production model lines, the purveyor of exotic performance machinery doesn't have a new model to roll out every day. But that rare occurrence is coming up, and in typical Maranello style, it's coming up
It's not every day that Ferrari unveils a new model. And most of the time, when it does, it's a variant of an existing one. But when the doors open at the Geneva Motor Show next month, word has it that the House that Enzo Built will be showcasing an all-new front-engined V12 GT to replace the long-serving 599.
Now that Ferrari has launched the FF as the official replacement of the 612 Scaglietti, it's time for the Italian automaker to wrap up development of the successor to the 599. While we previously spotted this car's replacement undergoing development in a California shell, what you see here are the first photos that actually give a glimpse of the new car's shape, camouflaged as it may be.