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Ferrari fans rejoice, we have the first solid piece of evidence that Ferrari is working on a new Dino. These exclusive pictures show the first real prototype of the new car.

Disguised as it is, it doesn’t yet give away so much but a taste of what will become. What identifies the test car as the Dino is the engine sound, or lack thereof. It clearly doesn’t sound as sharp as a F430 for example.

The original Dino was built between 1968 and 1976, and its name honours the founder Enzo Ferrari’s son, Alfredino “Dino“ Ferrari, who died in 1956 at the age of 24 from a muscular dystrophy.

New Ferrari Dino Spy images

While the vintage Dinos were powered by a V6 behind the driver, the new one will be powered by a V8 with rumours suggesting power figures of around 400 bhp (300kW).

New Ferrari Dino

Ferrari is likely to start with a Coupe, and follow on with a Spider. There is a good chance that Pininfarina will do the design work with input from former Ferrari design boss Frank Stephenson, who now heads Fiat’s Centro Stile operation.

New Ferrari Dino

Ferrari insiders are currently estimating that nearly 4000 Dinos could be sold annually once the car gets the green light for production. 4000 extra Ferraris is a lot, nearly doubling Ferraris current global output, however given the car’s target audience, it might just work.

New Ferrari Dino Spy shots

The other rumour is whether or not the car will actually be built by Ferrari. Some are suggesting the new Dino will be built at the Maserati factory in Modena.

The new Ferrari Dino should show its face before the end of the decade.

Photos copyright to Scoopy and used with permission for CarAdvice.com.au only.


  • realcars

    ***********primo vera*************************

    certainly didn’t want anyone to make the shape out.

  • Travis

    got CAMO??

  • o

    paris motor show to be exat

  • http://www.caradvice.com.au/3058/latest-ford-falcon-orion-spy-shots/ BUTCH

    umm its definitely comin nd it wont be called a dino. The 430 will become a 470 so it will fit under it. Oh its going to have a folding roof

  • Oz.

    Jesus!!! Ferrari don’t want anyone to be able to even imagine what it might look like. I’ve never see a car covered in so much camo cladding in my life!

  • Frugal-One

    Wonder where they are going to build this?

    The Ferrari factory has no capacity to build another 4000 vehicles per year on top of what they are currently doing.They cannot do those numbers at Maranello.

    Maybe it is a Maserati?, the Ferrari powered coupe they have is getting on a bit.

    Maseratis factory is running nothing like maximum capacity, maybe it IS a new Ferrari to be built by Maserati?

    Anyway……

    “Does’nt pull like a Dino” LOL

    Cheers

    F-0

  • Evan

    If you compare these shots to those of the new ferrari california, you can tell that the two cars are the same.
    (go to http://www.ferraricalifornia.com)

  • matt t

    yerp it appears u are ryt evan

    i have mapped both images of the california and the “dino”

    and both have similar features

    the reason y peope wer callin that picture the dino

    is because its so ugly it looks like a dinosour lmao

    gd spottin ;)

  • http://www.ferrarifaqs.com/ferrari-360-modena-replica.html Ferrari Replica

    YES! it’s about time we saw some solid spy shots.

  • yamum

    It’s obviously built on a 575 Maranello. Has Maserati Front grille, and a crap load of camo.

    Maybe its a new replacement for an existing Ferrari ? maybe their going to end production of a Ferrari that has been produced for a while and going to Replace it with the Ferrari Dino ???

    you never know what their going to do.

  • http://mapita angello

    STA BIEN CHIDO THE NEW CAR AND IS A CAR MUCH BEATUFUL

  • http://google rishank

    i like your cars ,i wanna become a automobile designer .Andmy deram is to work for your company ,
    So,please can you send few details of the enginee&
    aerodinamics

  • monkey

    hell yeah.. i know what im gettin my baby momma fo her birfday