The ultra-luxury supercar manufacturer has been known to tease its upcoming models during investor presentations and as such we’re not surprised another one popped up during a slide concerning the company’s 2015 fiscal year results.
As such, during the aforementioned sheet on the 11th slide a mysterious car has made an apparition – and the model was even conveniently located on a page titled “2016 Outlook,” with the image depicting front first a yet to be seen model with the headlights and logo in the light. The light clusters appear to be somewhat different from the rest of the current lineup of the recently made independent manufacturer. They have been treated to a more squarish design than the recent crop of back sloping lights though they retain that unmistakable modern Ferrari look.
Since the facelift of the FF is in tow and doing the rounds of the rumor mill chances are Ferrari used this slide as a Easter Egg teaser – the FF will e showcased in its upgraded from during the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este later this month. There’s nothing official yet but this image appears to fall in line with one depicting the same headlights on the invitation to the FF’s introduction. The updated FF is expected to sport under the hood an uprated 6.3-liter V12 engine making up in this form up to 690 horsepower, mated to a new eight-speed transmission and an upgraded all-wheel drive system. The model could also come with minor design tweaks, active aerodynamic bits and pieces and inside along with a new infotainment system.