, 2022-12-14 12:01:00,
As the number of EVs on the market grows, Ferrari remains a late adopter. The Italian luxury automaker recognizes that EV technology, in its current form, is not compatible with the brand’s ethos of intricate, lightweight designs. A world where a fully electric Ferrari exists without compromising on the essential elements that make up Ferrari’s DNA is still a ways off; the brand is already investing in the future with plans to integrate handcrafted battery modules into the chassis of its electric cars. Until then, advancements are taking place in smaller engines combined with hybrid technology.
Following the SF90 Stradale and Spider, the 296 GTB is Ferrari’s newest plug-in-hybrid model. The 296 stands for 2.9 liters and six cylinders, while the GTB is short for Gran Turismo Berlinetta. Building off of the brand’s rich racing heritage and the latest hybrid technology, the 2022 Ferrari 296 GTB represents the best of all worlds — performance, luxury, status — in an increasingly electric auto world, even if forced induction dampens the fun to a small degree.
2022 Ferrari 296 GTB: What We Love Most
We like what the 296 GTB offers on paper compared to other 2022 supercars. We love that it is, despite having attributes in common with the SF90 Stradale, a brand new plug-in-hybrid model from the prancing horse that’s fit for the racetrack. Equipped with a powerful…
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