Ferrari's first 'mainstream' hybrid model will lob on May 31, and is expected to pump out a whopping 735kW of power thanks to three electric motors.
That's according to the Ferrari Chat forum, which this week had an invitation to the hybrid's unveiling posted on one of its threads. Chatter on the forum suggests the 735kW car, which hasn't been named, will blend a V8 engine with three electric motors for performance that puts the 812 Superfast in the shade.
Should that be the case, expect to see sophisticated torque vectoring technology on board to take full advantage of the handling benefits e-power can offer.
"It will be a top-of-the-line hybrid with supercar performance and a true beauty," he said.
Deliveries of the new car are expected to start in 2020. What the car will look like hasn't been confirmed, but spy shots have shown it'll be a similar size to the 488.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice in the lead up to the new hybrid's launch for all the latest.