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Ferrari “Dino” mule spy shots

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Ferrari “Dino” Caught On Dyno

Filed Under: Coupes, Super Cars, Ferrari, Maserati, Spy Shots/Renderings, Future Vehicles July 11th, 2007 2:59 PM

WINDING ROAD was among the first to bring you news of a “Dino” revival at Ferrari with a cover-story discussion on the mooted mini Maranelloan.

Predictably, officials have denied the existence of a “cheap Ferrari” plan, but doing so was probably a smokescreen of sorts, as anything with a Prancing Horse affixed to the hood is uncomfortable being labeled as “inexpensive,” let alone “cheap.”

In any case, a prototype of this future Ferrari appears to have been caught undergoing dyno pulls. The mule seen above employs Maserati Gran Turismo bodywork, and the Dino (or whatever it is to be called) will likely employ many with parts with the coupe.

According to Autoblog.it, the entry-level exotic will likely be powered by a forced-induction variant of the 4.7-liter V8 set to power Alfa Romeo’s gorgeous 8C.

(Click on the link below for more images of this baby Ferrari mule)

+ Autoblog.it: Ferrari F149: ancora spy (via Autoblog)

Source: Winding Road

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