Ferrari’s ‘last’ V8 supercar is apparently sold out

Ferrari’s ‘last’ V8 supercar is apparently sold out

Ferrari introduces its initial hybrid, the SF90, which will have 986 horsepower and a leading

It may be the conclude of an period at Ferrari.

The Ferrari F8 Tributo commences at $275,000. (Martyn Lucy/Getty Photos)

The Italian automaker has stopped getting orders for its F8 Tributo and F8 Spider supercars and could not open the e-book once again, Automotive Information Europe reports.

The Ferrari 308

The Ferrari 308 was the company’s first mid-motor V8 design. (Ferrari)

With costs starting about $275,000, the coupe and convertible are the newest in the brand’s line of V8-driven mid-engine automobiles that stretches back again to Magnum P.I.’s 308.

Coming off a history yr with above 11,000 cars delivered in 2021, reservations for Ferrari‘s whole lineup are loaded via 2023.

The F8 could flip out to be a milestone auto as Ferrari’s final non-hybrid mid-engine V8. The company has not verified that it will never make any longer, but has indicated that its long run models will use hybridized and all-electric powertrains.

Ferrari 296 GTB

The Ferrari 296 GTB is outfitted with a 819 hp V6-based hybrid powertrain. (Ferrari)

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It is really previously crafted various of the former, such as the existing 296 GTB, which capabilities a V6-primarily based hybrid powertrain with 819 horsepower, substantially far more than the F8’s 710 hp.

Ferrari Purosangue

Ferrrari has produced a teaser graphic of the approaching Purosangue SUV. (Ferrari)

Greater changes are coming to Ferrari shortly as it prepares to unveil the Purosangue, its initial SUV, later on this yr.