Three new and exciting prancing horses are on the horizon.
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With 2020 being a year like no other, it's difficult to make comparisons, particularly when a lot of people may be cutting back on luxuries. Ferrari sales year-to-date are down 22 per cent, selling a total of 189 units.

2021 is looking promising, with the hotly-anticipated arrival of the Roma – the first in a new family of Grand Tourers. It marks a new era for the house of Maranello, with the brand expecting 70 per cent of Roma buyers will be first-time Ferrari customers.

Last year we saw the unveiling of Ferrari's first ever plug-in hybrid, the SF90 Stradale – which recently landed on Australian shores – followed 18 months later by the unveiling of a convertible variant, the SF90 Spider. Pricing for the latter has yet to be released.

We'll also be seeing an update for the entry-level Ferrari, the Portofino, which is due to receive a performance upgrade and an all-new transmission. Dubbed the Portofino M, the powered-up model marks the seventh launch in Ferrari's five-year plan to unveil 15 new models by 2022.

ModelWhat's new?SegmentDue
RomaNew modelSports > $200kQ1 2021
SF90 SpiderNew variantSports > $200kUnconfirmed
Portofino MUpdateSports > $200kUnconfirmed