The spy photos in the attached link confirm that the 360Modena shell is intact with minor mods to the wheel arches and air openings. I am pretty sure when one sees one in flesh reacts right away and associates it with the 360 Modena.
That's the problem, at this point of development, more often than not, it is just pure speculation. There are always little discrepancies between name, engine, power and the like. One article may say one thing, while another article says something completely different. I'll believe it when Ferrari introduces it.
Doesn't anyone else agree that the full-width front air intake on the "drawn" car gives it a buck-toothed look (like Alfred E. Neumann!)? The "spy-shots" car doesn't have the same front intake - it has the separate openings from the 360, but the 420 drawing joins them into a "mouth" with front "teeth" hanging down. Sorry, but yuk! :ugh:
I think that pic is pretty accurate. It is made from a photo that was taken at the introduction of the car for special customers. Offcourse they can't post the picture because it was stricly forbidden to take the pic. Already before this picture surfaced one guy who saw it said that the 2 front intakes would become 1. That makes me think this pic is accurate
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