Ferrari has published the first details of the hybrid power plantFebruary 18, 2021
The Car writes about this with reference to a source in the company.
For the first time, a hybrid power plant based on a turbocharged V6 Ferrari was officially talked about back in 2018. Since then, no information has been published about the developments. It has now become known that the new power plant will debut on a sports car, codenamed F171.
It is expected that the novelty will become a slightly more affordable option in comparison with the freshly presented McLaren Artura and will receive a hybrid power plant based on a 3-liter turbo engine. It is reported that the Ferrari F171 will receive one electric motor that will help the internal combustion engine to drive the rear wheels. In other words, the novelty will technologically repeat the British hybrid device.
According to preliminary data, the total power of the new power plant will be about 700 hp, 590 of which will produce V6. The new Ferrari F171 will be built on a mid-engine architecture borrowed from the SF90 Stradale. It is expected that the novelty will be presented before the end of this year.
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