Well, it wouldn't be the first time Ferrari utilized a turbo powerplant.

Although it would be the first time the legendary marque featured an all-wheel drive hybrid.

Say what you will, some may think it is a sacrilege but this is just a sign of the times.

Hopefully the Italian magicians will be able to utilize turbocharging to its advantage, and produce lighter and smaller vehicles as it displayed with the Millechili concept.

What say you Spies? Is this a good or bad move for the boys from Maranello

According to two patents unveiled by the guys over at Ferrari is working on two different new systems; Ferrari Turbocharged internal combustion engine and a four-wheel drive hybrid vehicle.

The first document suggests an engine with V-arrangement of eight cylinders, two exhaust manifolds, two intake manifolds, two turbochargers both including turbine and a compressor mechanically connected to each other. The document was filled in Italian 2.5 years ago by the Ferrari factory...

[Source: GTspirit]

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