New 4 Ferrari models in 2023

It is estimated that Ferrari will launch around fifteen cars between 2023 and 2026

by Sead Dedovic
New 4 Ferrari models in 2023

As a result of the publication of Ferrari's financial results for 2022, the company has recently announced that it will present four new models during 2023, taking advantage of the publication of those results. They claim that this will help consolidate the record sales that were achieved by the Italian brand during the last financial year: 13,221 units.

A new model of Purosangue, the company's first SUV that will be on the market in a few months, is no longer included in this quartet of the company's newest models. It is estimated that Ferrari will launch around fifteen cars between 2023 and 2026, including the first electric vehicle in the company's history and a new "hypercar" that will represent its future.

The car is said to have more than 1,000 horsepower and is possibly to have a hybrid drive system as well. The Italian brand will present four of them during this season, which is much earlier than last season. The name of these creatures, their appearance, and even their technical characteristics are all unknown, as well as everything else about them.


The company's recent product additions, however, make it impossible to predict what the presentations could be based on the most recent additions to the company's product line. As an example, after three years of being a part of the manufacturer's portfolio, the current Portofino M could give way to a convertible version of the Roma following three years as a part of the portfolio.

In addition, it does not seem unreasonable to think that a natural replacement for the 812 Superfast could also be found (similar to the sports car that Carlos Sainz Jr. received recently). There are other potential applications for the remainder of the blades (special series or Icona), which could be assembled into cars that are meant for competition, but intended for private sales, as well as prototypes that advance the future of the company's design, philosophy, and technology.

It should not be ruled out that the more radical SF90 or F8 Pista may be in the works. Ferrari, today, offers a total of nine models in its line-up:the Roma, the Portofino M, the 296 GTB, the 296 GTS, the 812 GTS, the SF90 Stradale, the SF90 Spider, the F8 Tributo, and the F8 Spider. As a result of Purosangue, one of the biggest of all of them, there will soon be a dozen.