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2022 Ferrari 296 GTB

Ferrari's first V6 road car redefines the supercar with sensational speed and agility

Vehicle Features
  • Suspension Lifter
  • Apple Car Play
  • Adaptive Front Light System
  • Yellow Brake Callipers
  • Engine Covers in Carbon Fibre
  • Rear Diffuser in Carbon Fibre
  • Carbon Fibre under door cover
  • Upper part of Centre Console in Carbon Fibre
  • Coloured Inner Details (Nero)
  • Mats in Black Leather / Alcantara
  • Dash Inserts in Carbon Fibre
  • Cavalino Stitched to Headrests
  • Black Tailpipe Tips
  • Carbon Fibre Front Spoiler
  • Additional Coloured Mats with Logo
  • MyFerrari Connect Readiness
  • Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel+LEDs
  • Scuderia Ferrari shields
  • Electochromic Rear-View Mirror
  • Parking Camera
  • Front & Rear Parking Sensors
  • Leather Passenger Compartment Inserts in Sabbia
  • 20” Painted Forged Wheels
  • Daytona Racing Seats
  • Racing Seat Lifter
  • Coloured Special Stitching (Beige Chiaro)
  • SVR Anti-Theft System with Card
  • Wheel Stud Bolts in Titanium
  • Wireless Smartphone Charger
Vehicle Description
2022 Ferrari 296 GTB

Canna Di Fucile (Ferrari extra range historic colour) with Sabbia interior.
2,252 miles. Full Ferrari history.

With an all-new, 120-degree, twin-turbo V6 engine and an electric motor, powering the rear wheels only (unlike the SF90), the 296 GTB really does blow apart the current supercar conventions. Oh, and there’s the small matter of 819bhp.

The 296 GTB is the first V6-powered Ferrari road car (the delectable 246 GT Dino never wore the prancing horse emblem in-period), the first to feature a ‘hot-vee’ turbocharger installation, and it’s also a plug-in hybrid, with an EV-only range of around 15 miles.

The electric motor is good for 165bhp and 232lb ft; the V6 on its own, a stunning 654bhp and 546lb ft. The combined power is that 819bhp headline figure and saves 30kg over one of Ferrari’s V8s and is coupled to an eight-speed twin clutch gearbox.

As the numbers suggest, the rate of acceleration is of the hold-on-tight/nervous laughter variety, verging on the uncomfortable, but weirdly addictive at the same time. This is a seriously rapid car.

It sounds nice, too, with plenty of turbo sound effects overlaying the tuneful V6 rasp. The Ferrari 296 GTB’s mix of power and engaging dynamics strikes a real sweet spot, redefining what a supercar can be.

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