which were revealed in a recently leaked patent application, have been confirmed by Ferrari’s CEO, Amedeo Felisa.
Felisa told US magazine Car and Driver that a Ferrari concept featuring a hybrid powertrain would be revealed soon. Felisa said: "Not at Frankfurt, but shortly thereafter, probably at an American show." That would make December’s LA show the most likely candidate for a hybrid Ferrari concept reveal, then.
Another possibility is the return of the turbocharged Ferrari, something not seen since the largely forgotten Ferrari 208, the 288 GTO and the fabled F40.
Felisa would not be drawn on which car the hybrid concept would use as a base, but the technology is almost certainly going to be near-identical to the four-wheel drive lithium-ion battery powertrain revealed in the patent application.