Ferrari will replace three of its five core models in the next two years and launch a limited-edition high-performance model, the heir to the all-carbon-fiber Enzo.
Ferrari parent Fiat S.p.A. is accelerating the brand's product renewal to stabilize softening sales.
458 Italia: The redesigned coupe replaced the company's best-selling model, the 430. U.S. deliveries began in June, starting at $230,275 with gas-guzzler tax and shipping.
The new 570-hp 4.5-liter V-8 is coupled with a seven-speed, dual-clutch transmission, which Ferrari introduced last year on the California.
The 458 Italia has the same layout as the 430: a two-seat coupe with a longitudinally mounted engine between the passenger compartment and rear axle.
A high-performance variant, called the 459 Scuderia, is scheduled to debut in 2013.
430 Spider: In 2013, the 430 Spider will be re-engineered and renamed the 458 Spider. The powertrain will be unchanged. A retractable hardtop will replace the canvas top.
California: A freshening is planned for 2013.
599 GTB Fiorano: Ferrari will build 599 units of the 599 GTO, the final edition of the 599 GTB Fiorano model. The GTO will be equipped with a 6.0-liter V-12 beefed up to 670 hp. U.S. deliveries begin in September at a price expected at about $425,000, the company said.
The two-seat coupe will be re-engineered in 2012. A new V-12 will have direct injection.
612 Scaglietti: In the first half of 2011, Ferrari will debut a re-engineered model to replace the slow-selling 612 Scaglietti V-12 four-seat coupe. The car will feature Ferrari's first use of gasoline direct injection on a V-12 engine for more power and fewer emissions.
Limited-edition car: The successor to the Enzo limited-edition car is due in 2012, CEO Sergio Marchionne said in April. Ferrari apparently has abandoned the idea of a twin-turbo V-8 on its redesigned high-performance model, sticking to the normally aspirated V-12 layout.