Other than the yellow high-voltage stickers you’ll find on hybrid prototypes, what caught our attention was the unusual testing equipment affixed to the rear glass. There seems to be some kind of hose that goes into the engine bay, but since we’re not engineers, we don’t know what purpose it serves. We’ve seen thousands of prototypes in our line of work, but it’s the first time we have stumbled upon this contraption.
It would be futile to talk about the exterior design since the test vehicle was wearing an old Ferrari body with some changes here and there needed for the different car hiding underneath the familiar skin. The hybrid V6 was originally announced back in September 2018, so it’s definitely coming. It will have to face McLaren Artura, which is also set to downsize to an electrified six-cylinder when it debuts February 16.
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