Ferrari Exec Says Company Might Start Making a Second Entry-Level Grand Tourer

Ferrari Exec Says Company Might Start Making a Second Entry-Level Grand Tourer

The Ferrari California didnt exactly set the world on fire when it was introduced back in 2008. Still, in the past few years the Italian automaker has turned its entry-level car into a surprisingly capable grand tourer. But according to an article from Australias The Motor Report, the California could soon be joined by another grand tourer. Earlier this month at the Australian Grand Prix, Ferrari Far East Hub CEO, Dieter Knechtel, said “there will also be another model after the California in the GT segment coming.” Then, when asked if the California would continue to be the least-expensive model in the lineup, Knechtel said, “I think so, currently that is our strategy (but) in the long term we will see what the company will do.” Could this new car be the long-rumored Dino revival? Possibly. Theres certainly room for a mid-engine grand tourer between the $202,000 California and the $242,000 488 GTB. And as successful as the California has been at acquiring new customers for Ferrari, it makes sense to have another option to bring even more people into the Ferrari fold.  For now, though, this is all mostly speculation. But if we did end up seeing a new Dino one day, we definitely wouldnt be disappointed. via Jalopnik

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