The prestige car represents an entirely new GT sports car concept for Ferrari and is a real revolution for the brand.
It is the first ever four-wheel drive car from the marque, taking drive to the front wheels from the front of the crankshaft, rather than through a separate transfer case.
This innovative and patented system weighs 50% less than conventional 4WD systems and ensures the new Ferrari has optimum weight distribution for perfect driving performance.
The 6,262 cc direct injection engine offers 660 bhp and with the transaxle dual-clutch F1 gearbox, takes the car from zero to 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds.
And even as a four-seater model it remains sporty, with high performance, superb comfort and sophisticated elegance.
Also to be featured at Goodwood from July 1st to 3rd, is the Ferrari 458 Italia, an eight-cylinder two-seater berlinetta with a mid-rear mounted engine.
This car has been designed to meet the expectations of the most demanding clients and continues the Ferrari tradition of putting the thrill into driving with its track-derived technological innovations.
Its V8 engine with 570 bhp and 1,380 kg dry wright combine to give an extraordinary weight-power ratio, helping to take the car to 62 mph in under 3.4 seconds and on to a top speed of more than 203 mph.
At the Festival of Speed the bi-colore model will be displayed, with its dark red body and black roof helping to encapsulate the racing pedigree of the 458 Italia with full carbon-fibre interior and rear diffuser as well as side sills and F1-inspired front winglets.
Ferrari will also be showing the California model, its first front-engined V8 which takes styling tips from the 250 GT California.
This updated car is packed with the latest Ferrari technology, including F1-Trac traction control, multi-link rear suspension, and an innovative retractable folding hardtop that opens or closes in only 14 seconds.
Other Ferrari models taking part in events over the weekend include a 340 America, 246 Tasman and a 512 BB/LM. The Scuderia Ferrari team will also be present to demonstrate the 2009 F1 car.
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