Although Ferrari has denied that the automaker is working on a new entry-level Dino model, spy photographers have caught photos of what looks like a test mule for the car. Although the car is wearing 599 bodywork, it is obvious that there is something different about the car. According to Brenda Priddy the main sign was that the engine did not have the same engine sound as the other Ferraris. Basically the smaller Ferrari lacked the same rasp of the current Ferraris.
The upcoming Dino will recall the classic Dino that was produced between 1968 and 1976. Although the original car had a V6, the new one will be powered by a V8 with 400 horsepower, according to Priddy.
The big news is that when this car does finally get released it will start at $134,000-$148,000.
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