What is the current Ferrari lineup?
Want to learn all about the modern Ferrari lineup? What is the current Ferrari lineup? It can seem rather complicated on first glance, but we will dive into all the details so that you can have a full understanding of what Ferrari has to offer and where all the current Ferrari models came from in the long and storied Ferrari lineage.
The Ferrari 488 is the successor to the popular Ferrari 458 (at the time of this writing, you can find a Ferrari 458 in our inventory). You can trace its heritage back further than that. In fact, its heritage goes back to the iconic Ferrari 328 and even legendary Dino 246.
Currently, much like its predecessors, the Ferrari 488 is offered in a coupe known as the GTB as well as a convertible known as the Spider. Both are also available with higher performance as the track-focused Ferrari 488 Pista and Ferrari 488 Pista Spider. Outside of the insane LaFerrari, the Ferrari 488 is the only mid-engine Ferrari currently in the lineup.
The Ferrari Portofino is the successor to the wildly popular Ferrari California (at the time of this writing, you can find a Ferrari California in our inventory). It is a 2+2 grand tourer. A 2+2 car means two doors, but four seats. This is a front-engine convertible supercar.
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso has a complex name and a complex place in Ferrari heritage. Like the Portofino, it is a 2+2, but it’s actually a hatchback going for a popular “shooting brake” European style. It’s a successor to the Ferrari FF. The Ferrari GTC4Lusso is AWD and the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T is RWD.
Ferrari 812 Superfast
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is a successor to the Ferrari F12berlinetta which traces its roots back to the Maranello and the Testarossa, though the Testarossa is a mid-engine classic, and its predecessors are front engine. The Ferrari 812 Superfast is a 2-seat coupe grand tourer.
Its name simply translates to The Ferrari, meaning the definitive Ferrari. It is a true hypercar with a hybrid drivetrain that generates 950 horsepower. Though it does have a coupe variant, currently, it is only available as a convertible known as the LaFerrari Aperta. It’s the successor to the Enzo Ferrari, which has roots in the iconic Ferrari F40.
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The Ferrari Monza is part of a new Icona series built to pay tribute to the heritage of Ferrari. It’s actually based on the Ferrari 812 Superfast, and the SP1 and SP2 variants refer to the seating capacity. Like the LaFerrari, these are very exclusive models that Ferrari will only sell to a select group of Ferrari enthusiasts.
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