Ferrari Icon: the new mysterious hypercar races towards its debut [SPY PHOTO]

Ferrari's new hypercar , which still keeps its identity secret (hypothesized name “Icon”), continues to be spotted near the headquarters of the Prancing Horse. The mysterious prototype, which as confirmed by Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna will be unveiled on November 16 , has been immortalized once again in a series of snaps, spy photos that have been published by carspotter Walter Vayr.    Once again the forklift of this Ferrari, behind which the new one-off of the Icona special series should hide , and probably the heir to the LaFerrari, is heavily camouflaged and hidden by camouflage cloths and covers of all kinds.    Ferrari, the third in the "Icona Ferrari" series  As we read from many forums related to the prancing horse brand, the car would be ready to debut on the weekend from 16 to 22 November at the World Finals  at Mugello of the Ferrari Challenge 2021 championship. It would be the third car in the Icona program. Ferrari , after the spectacular Monza Sp1 and Sp2. This new model will also be in a limited edition, probably between 100 and 300 units , with a price close to 3 million euros .     It will use the naturally aspirated 6.5 V12 of the 812 Competizione  As well as the Monza SP1 and SP2, it will use the V12 engine that we also find on the Ferrari 812 Competizione, with its 6.5 V12 aspirated with over 830 HP . All the power will obviously be sent to the rear wheels, through the proven F1 DCT dual clutch gearbox with eight gears.    Speaking of design, it is presumed that it could inherit a lot, at least on a conceptual level, from the historic Ferrari 330 P4 , revised in a modern key by Pininfarina with the Ferrari P4 / 5 (based on the Ferrari Enzo), a one-off commissioned by the American collector James Glickenhaus .     Mid-engine and LaFerrari chassis  By adopting a mid-engined scheme , it is likely that it will exploit a platform similar to that used in the past for the Ferrari LaFerarri, obviously revised for the latest standards of the horse. This thesis is reinforced by recent sightings in that of Fiorano, where we came across a forklift with the appearance of the well-known hybrid Hypercar of the horse. It remains to underline that Ferrari has often accustomed us to fake coachbuilders "resting" on completely different chassis, as happened in the past with other sports cars or the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue SUV .

Ferrari's new hypercar , which still keeps its identity secret (hypothesized name “Icon”), continues to be spotted near the headquarters of the Prancing Horse. The mysterious prototype, which as confirmed by Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna will be unveiled on November 16 , has been immortalized once again in a series of snaps, spy photos that have been published by carspotter Walter Vayr.

Once again the forklift of this Ferrari, behind which the new one-off of the Icona special series should hide , and probably the heir to the LaFerrari, is heavily camouflaged and hidden by camouflage cloths and covers of all kinds.

Ferrari, the third in the "Icona Ferrari" series 

As we read from many forums related to the prancing horse brand, the car would be ready to debut on the weekend from 16 to 22 November at the World Finals  at Mugello of the Ferrari Challenge 2021 championship. It would be the third car in the Icona program. Ferrari , after the spectacular Monza Sp1 and Sp2. This new model will also be in a limited edition, probably between 100 and 300 units , with a price close to 3 million euros . 

Ferrari's new hypercar , which still keeps its identity secret (hypothesized name “Icon”), continues to be spotted near the headquarters of the Prancing Horse. The mysterious prototype, which as confirmed by Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna will be unveiled on November 16 , has been immortalized once again in a series of snaps, spy photos that have been published by carspotter Walter Vayr.    Once again the forklift of this Ferrari, behind which the new one-off of the Icona special series should hide , and probably the heir to the LaFerrari, is heavily camouflaged and hidden by camouflage cloths and covers of all kinds.    Ferrari, the third in the "Icona Ferrari" series  As we read from many forums related to the prancing horse brand, the car would be ready to debut on the weekend from 16 to 22 November at the World Finals  at Mugello of the Ferrari Challenge 2021 championship. It would be the third car in the Icona program. Ferrari , after the spectacular Monza Sp1 and Sp2. This new model will also be in a limited edition, probably between 100 and 300 units , with a price close to 3 million euros .     It will use the naturally aspirated 6.5 V12 of the 812 Competizione  As well as the Monza SP1 and SP2, it will use the V12 engine that we also find on the Ferrari 812 Competizione, with its 6.5 V12 aspirated with over 830 HP . All the power will obviously be sent to the rear wheels, through the proven F1 DCT dual clutch gearbox with eight gears.    Speaking of design, it is presumed that it could inherit a lot, at least on a conceptual level, from the historic Ferrari 330 P4 , revised in a modern key by Pininfarina with the Ferrari P4 / 5 (based on the Ferrari Enzo), a one-off commissioned by the American collector James Glickenhaus .     Mid-engine and LaFerrari chassis  By adopting a mid-engined scheme , it is likely that it will exploit a platform similar to that used in the past for the Ferrari LaFerarri, obviously revised for the latest standards of the horse. This thesis is reinforced by recent sightings in that of Fiorano, where we came across a forklift with the appearance of the well-known hybrid Hypercar of the horse. It remains to underline that Ferrari has often accustomed us to fake coachbuilders "resting" on completely different chassis, as happened in the past with other sports cars or the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue SUV .

It will use the naturally aspirated 6.5 V12 of the 812 Competizione 

As well as the Monza SP1 and SP2, it will use the V12 engine that we also find on the Ferrari 812 Competizione, with its 6.5 V12 aspirated with over 830 HP . All the power will obviously be sent to the rear wheels, through the proven F1 DCT dual clutch gearbox with eight gears.

Speaking of design, it is presumed that it could inherit a lot, at least on a conceptual level, from the historic Ferrari 330 P4 , revised in a modern key by Pininfarina with the Ferrari P4 / 5 (based on the Ferrari Enzo), a one-off commissioned by the American collector James Glickenhaus . 

Mid-engine and LaFerrari chassis 

Ferrari's new hypercar , which still keeps its identity secret (hypothesized name “Icon”), continues to be spotted near the headquarters of the Prancing Horse. The mysterious prototype, which as confirmed by Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna will be unveiled on November 16 , has been immortalized once again in a series of snaps, spy photos that have been published by carspotter Walter Vayr.    Once again the forklift of this Ferrari, behind which the new one-off of the Icona special series should hide , and probably the heir to the LaFerrari, is heavily camouflaged and hidden by camouflage cloths and covers of all kinds.    Ferrari, the third in the "Icona Ferrari" series  As we read from many forums related to the prancing horse brand, the car would be ready to debut on the weekend from 16 to 22 November at the World Finals  at Mugello of the Ferrari Challenge 2021 championship. It would be the third car in the Icona program. Ferrari , after the spectacular Monza Sp1 and Sp2. This new model will also be in a limited edition, probably between 100 and 300 units , with a price close to 3 million euros .     It will use the naturally aspirated 6.5 V12 of the 812 Competizione  As well as the Monza SP1 and SP2, it will use the V12 engine that we also find on the Ferrari 812 Competizione, with its 6.5 V12 aspirated with over 830 HP . All the power will obviously be sent to the rear wheels, through the proven F1 DCT dual clutch gearbox with eight gears.    Speaking of design, it is presumed that it could inherit a lot, at least on a conceptual level, from the historic Ferrari 330 P4 , revised in a modern key by Pininfarina with the Ferrari P4 / 5 (based on the Ferrari Enzo), a one-off commissioned by the American collector James Glickenhaus .     Mid-engine and LaFerrari chassis  By adopting a mid-engined scheme , it is likely that it will exploit a platform similar to that used in the past for the Ferrari LaFerarri, obviously revised for the latest standards of the horse. This thesis is reinforced by recent sightings in that of Fiorano, where we came across a forklift with the appearance of the well-known hybrid Hypercar of the horse. It remains to underline that Ferrari has often accustomed us to fake coachbuilders "resting" on completely different chassis, as happened in the past with other sports cars or the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue SUV .

By adopting a mid-engined scheme , it is likely that it will exploit a platform similar to that used in the past for the Ferrari LaFerarri, obviously revised for the latest standards of the horse. This thesis is reinforced by recent sightings in that of Fiorano, where we came across a forklift with the appearance of the well-known hybrid Hypercar of the horse.

 It remains to underline that Ferrari has often accustomed us to fake coachbuilders "resting" on completely different chassis, as happened in the past with other sports cars or the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue SUV .

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