According to multiple media outlets, sources close to the home of the prancing horse have stated that the the successor of the Ferrari F12 will not let you set up a system of overfeeding, much less shall adopt a system of propulsion hybrid with electric motors. There were many sources that pointed to that the next generation would use a V8 engine with turbo and low displacement, however, the latest rumors speak of a update V12 of 6.3 litres.
downsizing and hybrid systems will also come to the supercars. In fact, the current model faster Ferrari, the LaFerrari, has a gasoline engine that sends its power to the rear wheels and an electric system which distributes its power on the front wheels. According To Motoring.com.au, to reduce the emissions and the fuel costs will reduce the weight of the vehicle.
in Addition, there is talk that in order to reduce the aerodynamic coefficient when not needed a lot of support, you will have active aerodynamic, which will increase the load on certain conditions in order to improve the stability and reduce braking distance, while on accelerations and running conditions quiet will improve the flow of air through the body.
For its part, and as mentioned above, the V12 6.3-liter that is placed in front position you will receive some modifications in order to achieve a higher efficiency, also increasing the maximum throughput, at around 20 horses compared with the F12tdf, which would leave you close to the 815 or 820 horses. The F12berlinetta, with its 740 horsepower is able to accelerate 0 to 100 at 3.1 seconds, so that your successor should be able to stop the clock in something less than 3 seconds without too many problems.
The Ferrari F12 was released in 2012 and Autobild indicates that the Italian company has provided the replacement in 2019, although there is nothing official. Therefore, and if our colleagues are correct, the time of production of the current model will die when it takes seven years on the market.