The rumored Ferrari Dino is reportedly being prepared for a debut later this decade.

Despite being called an entry-level model, the Dino will come with a starting price tag of around 185,000 EUR (135,000 GBP). Lighter and smaller than the 488 GTB, the car will be based on an all-new platform largely using aluminum. In terms of design, it will be influenced by the Pininfarina Sergio concept, featuring classic Dino references.

The new Dino (name not confirmed) will be powered by a 2.9-liter V6 engine, as reported before. This unit will be based on the Alfa Romeo Giulia’s mill, but will be heavily reworked for use in the Ferrari. It will be offered in two power stages – with 450 bhp (336 kW) and 600 bhp (448 kW), according to CAR magazine.

This new engine will power “a generation of future Ferraris”. No detailed information is available at the moment, but the report claims we are going to see an entry-level California with the same unit, as well as “sports cars too”.

Gallery: Ferrari Dino coming late this decade, more V6 models planned

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