We give you the full details of Ferrari's three-year plan, announced earlier today in an update on Fiat-owned businesses.

Over the next three years, Ferrari will introduce a new 458 Spider, Ferrari Enzo "special series", and four other new models.  The cars have been announced by Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne at a press conference earlier today.

The 458 drop-top and an all-new 612 Scaglietti with a V12 engine are scheduled for next year.  Referred to internally as the F151, the 612 Scaglietti may also be shown off as a hybrid model.

Marchionne also announced a "new special series Enzo" would join the all-new 599 GTB Fiorano (a.k.a. the F152) on the 2012 marketplace.  This will be followed up with a significant California Facelift, or as it is called inside the company, the "California M."  Also due for 2013 is a suped-up 458 Scuderia.

Look for both Ferrari and Maserati to make each of their models rather distinct, practically creating sub-brands within the two companies.  Sister automaker Maserati is also expected to release two new models, slotted below the GranTurismo, before 2015.

2012 Ferrari Enzo special series announced, five new models by 2013