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Ferrari Wants to Keep its V-12 Alive but Wont Consider Going Hybrid

By info@topspeed.com (Michael Fira)
If all that was stopping you from liking the ludicrous 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari was the fact that its 6.3-liter V-12 engine was paired with an electric motor, Ferrari's latest plans will appease to you greatly. The house of Maranello announced that it will stick to building V-12-engined cars in the future but they won't feature a hybrid drivetrain as the LaFerrari did. Ferrari's high-revving V-12 is one of the company's treasures and, by the looks of things, we won't wave goodbye to this behemoth yet although other manufacturers are constantly looking at ways to downsize their engines. Mercedes-Benz, for instance, unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show the S65 AMG Final Edition, the last S Class to be powered by a V-12, while BMW's M760Li XDrive is on its last legs too. So we're glad Ferrari won't budge so easy with the wind of change blowing in its face.

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