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Defining fun to drive. The 296 GTB, an evolution of Ferrari’s mid-rear-engined two-seater sports berlinetta concept, represents a revolution for the Maranello-based company as it introduces the new 120° V6 engine coupled with a plug-in (PHEV) electric motor capable of delivering up to 830 cv. The car thus redefines the idea of driving fun to provide pure excitement not only when pursuing maximum performance but also during everyday driving.
Welcome to the Age of the V6
The 296 GTB is the first Ferrari road car fitted with a 120°, 6-cylinder turbo engine. The engine structure means that the turbochargers can fit within the “Vee”. This increases its compactness, lowers its centre of gravity, reduces its mass, and helps it achieve extraordinarily high power levels (663 cv). The new Ferrari V6 sets a record of 221 hp/l for specific torque output for a production car.
Compactness and Modernity
The design of the 296 GTB redefines the identity of Ferrari’s mid-rear-engine berlinetta, giving the car a compact, modern and original line. Its short wheelbase and monolithic appearance make it the most compact berlinetta from Maranello of the last decade. Having abandoned the typical fastback berlinetta layout, the Ferrari Style Centre focused on creating a cabin set within a powerful volume. This was the result of the short wheelbase and aspects such as muscular mudguards, a visor roof, flying buttresses and and a brand new vertical rear screen.
Innovation to Power
The 296 GTB breaks into the sports berlinetta segment with radical and innovative aerodynamic choices. The turbocharger in the “Vee” of the crankcase improves thermal management of the engine compartment and electrical components. This radical shift is also apparent in the reversal of Ferrari’s active aerodynamic paradigm of recent years: On the 296 GTB, an active device is not there to manage drag, but to generate additional downforce.
Advanced Control Functions
The dynamic development of the 296 GTB aimed to increase the car’s performance, provide class-leading driving fun, and improve the usability of its performance and hybrid layout. A range of new components has been developed, including the TMA actuator and 6w-CDS body sensor, plus features such as the first-ever ‘ABS evo’ controller and grip estimator integrated with the EPS.
The Refined Face of the Digital Era
The car’s cabin is built around the full-digital interface introduced on the SF90 Stradale. However, if the SF90 Stradale highlighted advanced technology and a break with the past, the 296 GTB seeks to assimilate the technical content into a refined look. The result is pure and characterised by considerable elegance, as well as being consistent with the design of the exterior.
V6 – 120
|Type||V6 – 120°|
|Battery Capacity||7.45 kWh|
|Maximum Power Electric Motors||165 kW|
|Electric Range||25 Km|
|Maximum Power||819 hp @ 8500 rpm|
|Total Displacement||2992 cc|
|Maximum torque||546 lb⋅ft @ 6250 rpm|
|Weight to Power Ratio||1.80 Kg/HP|
Dimensions and Weight
|Front Track||66 in|
|Rear Track||64 in|
|Dry Weight||3241 lbs|
|Weight Distribution||40.5% ant – 59.5% post|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||65 l|
Ferrari of Greenwich
342 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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