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Upcoming Ferrari Models

Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2

Just recently, Ferrari announced they would have 15 new vehicles by 2022. The 812 GTS, F8 Tributo and Spider, Roma, and Monza SP1/SP2 have already arrived, and the Purosangue has been hinted at. What else can Chicago drivers expect in the coming years? Ferrari Lake Forest is here with some thoughts on the current models and what’s coming next.

Ferrari Icona: A New Model

Ferrari has announced that the followup to the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 will debut in Fall/Winter 2021. The next entry into the appropriately named Icona series is still a mystery. What we know so far:

  • This new model was originally slated for a 2022 release, but Ferrari chief executive Benedetto Vigna and chief financial officer Antonio Picca Piccon moved the launch ahead due to “strong customer needs for a new Icona, which we felt the responsibility to satisfy.”
  • Neither Ferrari executives released any details on the new model, but there has been talk of the next Icona being inspired by the LaFerrari Aperta, except changing out its hybrid system for the V12 of the 812 Competizione.
  • Like the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, this new Icona will be produced in very limited numbers. It will go on order in 2022 (contact us to learn more).

Ferrari SUV: The Ferrari Purosangue

Long in production, Ferrari has been releasing information about the Ferrari SUV — the Purosangue — slowly. Slated for introduction in 2022, this is set to be Ferrari’s first SUV. Development of the Ferrari Purosangue began in 2017, and it was codenamed the F175, with official confirmation of the model’s existence in September 2018. The first spy shots of a Purosangue hit the internet in October of 2018, using a GTC4Lusso body.

When it arrives, the standard Purosangue is set to be powered by Ferrari’s definitive V12, but a hybrid V8 version and two electric versions are slated to arrive in the coming years.

Car Hidden By Golden Sheet on Black Background

Ferrari Icona: Monza SP1 and Monza SP2

The forerunners of a new concept, the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 are Icona models (pictured above), designed to tap into the company’s history to create a new segment of limited series cars for collectors. The Monza SP1 and SP2 are inspired by the 750 Monza, 250 Testarossa, and 166 MM.

While Ferrari has always paid homage to vehicles of the past, the Icona series has been created specifically for that purpose, using a modern aesthetic to reinterpret a classic, timeless style — with modern technology and performance that classic Ferraris could only dream of.

Ferrari’s Enrico Galliera described the Icona line as a reinterpretation of the “timeless design of iconic Ferraris with innovative materials and state-of-the-art technology.” We can’t wait to see where Icona goes next.

Ferrari Monza SP1 from Above 

What’s Next? Follow Ferrari Lake Forest

We know very little of the Ferrari Purosangue, but even with it counted among the models already released, we’re coming up short of 15. That means there’s sure to be exciting news on the horizon, with more surprises coming from Ferrari by 2022. If you want to stay in the loop, bookmark this post or contact Ferrari Lake Forest today.

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