Aims to win the Production Car record with Rhys Millen at the wheel.
It weighs over 1,000 pounds more than the real Senna.
They'll feature a belt-driven starter/generator in place of an alternator.
It comes from truck conversion specialist Smyth Performance.
Ferrari calls this its "most extreme one-off design ever."
They can incorporate everything from steering wheel to HVAC
372 miles of range expected for iNext and i4.
The 19 examples will be sold with an accompanying DB4 GT Zagato
Blacked-out and accented elements give midsize truck a meaner look.
Supposedly just gauging reaction, don't be surprised at a production model.
Tesla killed the previous referral program just last month, citing costs.
It's a normal Cayenne, but with less space in the boot.
But there's still a chance you could get one.
The project received funding at the end of last year
'The pickup class still has a lot of work to do,' IIHS says