Ferrari will produce six new models before 2013 as part of Fiat’s restructuring plans and they include a successor for the Ferrari Enzo hypercar and a hardcore version of the 458, like the 430 Scuderia.
According to the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer, a new variety of the entry-level 458 Spider will be debut the new offerings and is scheduled for 2011.
A new generation of the 612 Scaglietti will follow and likely provide the base for Ferrari’s first hybrid model. Codenamed F151, the 612 Scaglietti successor’s name is still unknown.
In 2012, the next hypercar Ferrari will debut, based on the small production mystique of the Enzo. A new version of the 599 GTB Fiorano, currently known as F152, will also debut in 2012.
The Ferrari California will receive a major facelift in 2013 and is referred to as the California M. The sixth new model will also debut in 2013 as a variant of the 458 Italia, most likely called the 458 Scuderia.
In its announcement, Ferrari said it will not build more than four standard production models. The next Enzo will not be included in the standard range.
The carmaker also said it wants to continue the differentiation between its sports cars and its grand tourers. As such, will be no crossover models between the 458 and 599 supercars and the 612 and California cruisers.