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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

The Spiders invasion in Maranello on September

As we all know, that Ferrari has scheduled 2 world debuts for its products on this September. Yes, Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri had been announced the plan during the Q2 2019 earnings conference of those Italian company some time ago.
All-new Ferrari 812 GTS managed debut on September 9, 2019 as the latest full series production of front-engined V12 convertible. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2m25IGf)
Intended to remain a mystery, the Maranello-based premium car manufacturer has not revealed the identity of those two Prancing Horses. However, it's difficult to keep a future product secret these days, especially when the automaker invites potential buyers to see the cars before their official debut was held. Why? Because some of the participants then immediately jump on their social media to share the news.
For example, as quoted from the Instagram account of @trax-x who shared an image containing two paperweights describing the beautiful silhouette of two upcoming Prancing Horses. From the picture, those models are vaguely referred to "V12 Spider" and "V8 Spider." So that's why this September, we call as 'the Spiders invasion in Maranello,' let's look at the videos below:
Then we see them as the droptop versions of 812 Superfast and F8 Tributo. And as quoted in the conversation of the Ferrari Chat forum members which says that the V12-powered model is reportedly called the 'Ferrari 812 GTS,' was revealed on September 9. Then the V8-powered model or the Tributo droptop version called 'Ferrari F8 Spider,' will be revealed officially on September 24.
It seems that the 2019 will be one of the busiest years for the pracing horse logoed auto manufacturer in terms of product launches because the two Spiders follow the SF90 Stradale hybrid and F8 Tributo coupe. Still fresh in our memory when the epic P80/C was launched back on April, although it's not a regular production model because it was developed purely as the one-off and tracks-only car.
Following the release of Spider duo, November will be the month that a new grand tourer is going to revealed, possibly the car will use the V6 hybrid system that we know they've been working on for quite a while.
Further down the line, the Prancing Horses lineup will grow even more to include the company's first SUV called Purosangue. This SUV is planned to arrive in the end of 2022 and will ride on newly developed front-mid-engine vehicle architecture engineered to accommodate a hybrid powertrain. 

Let's wait and see, what the Maranello-based auto manufacturer will reveal in the near future. Or might be there're rain of bucks waiting for us. Just kidding. Cheer up! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | FERRARI | MOTOR1 | CAR ADVICE | FERRARI CHAT]
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