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Ferrari 599 GTB Hybrid: first photos

in All, Auto
by Dan
February 28, 2010 at 10:25 am

The first images of the hybrid version of Ferrari 599 GTB appeared online a few days before its debut at Geneva Motor Show.

It seems that the photographer who captured these images attend at a private presentation of Ferrari.

According to first information, the electric engine of the Ferrari hybrid produces 100 hp and offers a torque of 149 Nm.

Performances of 599 are improved by the intake of electric engine, even if the total mass of the car has increased by 100 kg.

The 599 Hybrid will have a kinetic energy recovery system (KERS), similar to those used up last season in F1.

Although the hybrid system is quite advanced, voices inside the Maranello brand announces that it will take three or four years until it will be introduced in series production.

Ferrari will unveil more details about the Ferrari 599 GTB hybrid at its official launch in Geneva.

Image source: Carscoop

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