But underneath that camo is highly likely a near production-ready supercar as Ferrari aims for a reveal before the end of this year. This is not the mid-engined successor to the F8 Tributo but it’d be a mistake to refer to it as entry-level. Time and again Ferrari has made clear it does not build entry-level models; every one of its cars is aimed at a specific audience with appropriate pricing.
The Dino nameplate dates back to 1967 when the marque launched its first V6-powered, transversely-mounted mid-engined model, the Dino 206 GT. The name hasn’t been used since 1980 when the Mondial debuted. Will this be the car to revive the name? We’ll find out in the coming months.