Ferrari Dino impact

bigbob

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http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/ferrari-dino-return-v6-engined-sports-car

If this is £150k and could have the top end V6 from the Alfieri then it's hard to see the latter being too cheap. I was told £70k starting a while back but I'm now not sure and/or wonder if that will be for such a bottom end model that everyone will be buy the mid price one at £90k and the nutter version at £110k (made those numbers up)?

It's all getting silly and every time I see an F Type I keep looking at it!
 

midlifecrisis

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So, how will they justify the extra £100k?
Buy a new 4C and chuck in a secondhand 4.7l V8 from Eurospares and Robert's your mother's brother...or am I over simplifying things?
 

Fangio63

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So, how will they justify the extra £100k?
Buy a new 4C and chuck in a secondhand 4.7l V8 from Eurospares and Robert's your mother's brother...or am I over simplifying things?
Don't think so .... just add some unfeasibly large wheels and you've nailed it...
 

StuartW

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http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/ferrari-dino-return-v6-engined-sports-car

If this is £150k and could have the top end V6 from the Alfieri then it's hard to see the latter being too cheap. I was told £70k starting a while back but I'm now not sure and/or wonder if that will be for such a bottom end model that everyone will be buy the mid price one at £90k and the nutter version at £110k (made those numbers up)?

It's all getting silly and every time I see an F Type I keep looking at it!
Yes, I was also told they were aiming the Alfieri at the F Type market but I can't see it now.
That Autocar picture doesn't do it for me though I have to say