Ferrari Will Debut A New Model Tomorrow

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What will it be? Here's one final teaser.

UPDATE: The new car is the Ferrari Roma Spider, which you can read all about here.

Less than a week ago, Ferrari announced it would be unveiling a mystery model tomorrow, March 16, and today the Italian marque has released a last-minute teaser social media video. The 10-second spot doesn't show much, only the famous Ferrari Prancing Horse emblem on a silver hood with a red and white-colored flag waving in the wind above it. "Are you ready for more?" Ferrari asks in the Twitter post, and we can definitely confirm the answer is a resounding "yes."

So, what could the mystery model be? We previously speculated it could be a convertible version of the Roma coupe, a 'Versione Speciale' of the SF90, a new ultra-limited Icona model, or an 812 successor. Our best guess is a Roma Spider but, again, we're speculating.

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Ferrari/Twitter
https://twitter.com/Ferrari/status/1635989234296188931

If that's indeed the model, it would in all likelihood be a successor to the Portofino M. Ferrari did inform its shareholders earlier this year that it has four new vehicles coming in 2023. We've known for quite a while Ferrari has been working on a replacement for the aging V12-powered 812. The Italian carmaker has also been spotted testing SF90 Versione Speciale prototypes around its Fiorano test track in recent months as well.

The Icona series, if you recall, already includes the Monza SP1 and SP2, and Daytona SP3. Again, a fourth model shouldn't be ruled out for tomorrow. What we don't think will be revealed tomorrow is a LaFerrari successor.

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Ferrari
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Sources claim that's not unexpected until next year sometime. 2024 is also the 85th anniversary of Ferrari's founding. The teaser shown several days ago only showed the new model's steering wheel and the left paddle shifter. Neither feature provided any direct clues.

But the good news is all of our questions will be answered tomorrow at 3 pm EST or if you're in Europe, 8 pm Central European Time. In the meantime, let your imaginations run wild.

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