By that point this supercar will likely have ended its limited production run. Autocar is using the name F150, presumably in reference to the 150th anniversary of Italian unification, but when Ferrari initially used that name for its F1 racer last year, Ford
got all up in a tizzy over the similarity to its pickup nameplate. That was a racecar - just imagine the lawsuit if Ferrari used it for a production roadcar. Popular names surrounding the marque like Fiorano, Maranello, Modena, Italia, Enzo, Scaglietti and Scuderia have all been used recently, leaving us to wonder what handle Ferrari will use for this particular model.