Ferrari’s first V6 road car in almost 50 years won’t wear the Dino badge but will pack 610kW of hybrid power
Italy’s prancing horse brand has controversially shied away from the legendary Dino nameplate for the new Ferrari 296 GTB, which was revealed overnight as Ferrari’s first mainstream electrified model and its first V6 production car since 1974.
Knowing it was flouting a groundswell of public support for its classic 1950s badge, Ferrari instead poured its brainpower into building a 610kW V6 plug-in hybrid supercar with a 25km pure-electric range.
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