Spy shots: Ferrari Dino

Spy shots: Ferrari Dino  

on 11/02/2006

Here is the first proof that Ferrari is working on a new Dino. These exclusive pictures, published by, are showing a mule of the new car. Based on a F430 body it doesn’t yet give away so much but at least a little of what will become the new Dino.

The prototype’s front fenders are a little wider and the side rocker panels are missing due to a different cooling system. It also looks like the area around the gearbox and rear axle is slightly different. Another thing that identifies the test car as a mule for the Dino is the engine sound, or should we say the lack of it. It clearly doesn’t sound as sharp as a F430.

The Classic Dino was built between 1968 and 1976, and its name honours the founder Enzo Ferrari´s son, Alfredino “Dino“ Ferrari, who died in 1956 at the age of 24 from a muscular dystrophy. While that vintage Dino had a V6 behind the driver, the new one will be powered by a V8 with 400 bhp.

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