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OR TAKE £169,000 CASH

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Supercar vs Supercash! This week we're offering 4 incredible supercars and 4 massive piles of cash, including this fantastic Ferrari 296 GTB!

Get some tickets while you can and you could be our next winner!

The mid-engine Ferrari has, since the 308 been powered by a V8 engine, from naturally aspirated right up to the latest twin turbo in the F8 Tributo it has been the one constant. But times change and the latest mid-engine Ferrari, the 296 GTB is now a V6 – and a hybrid!

A twin turbo 3.0 litre V6 is teamed up with an electric motor between the engine and gearbox, which combine to put out 819bhp – in the normal model! 0-124mph is dealt with in a staggering 7.3 seconds and it’ll go on to over 210mph. Incredible performance.

Visually the 296 GTB is a step change too, with a low, wide front end much like the SF90 and a familiar glasshouse. But the rear arches are gloriously swollen, with intakes feeding air to the engine and the flat rear window and buttresses are an unashamed nod to the 1963 250LM. It’s a stunning car, surely one of the prettiest modern Ferraris.

This is the future of Ferrari, so get your tickets and we could be surprising you next week!

Images: The Archive, Simon Luckhof

Spec

Retail Price £241,500
Cash Alternative £169,000
0-62mph 2.9secs
Top Speed 210mph
Power 819bhp
Displacement 3.0ltr
Engine Position Mid
Drivetrain RWD
MPG 44.1
CO2 150
Engine / Cyls V6 Hybrid
Torque 740
Range 15miles

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Retail Price £241,500
Cash Alternative £169,000
0-62mph 2.9secs
Top Speed 210mph
Power 819bhp
Displacement 3.0ltr
Engine Position Mid
Drivetrain RWD
MPG 44.1
CO2 150
Engine / Cyls V6 Hybrid
Torque 740
Range 15miles

Supercar vs Supercash! This week we're offering 4 incredible supercars and 4 massive piles of cash, including this fantastic Ferrari 296 GTB!

Get some tickets while you can and you could be our next winner!

The mid-engine Ferrari has, since the 308 been powered by a V8 engine, from naturally aspirated right up to the latest twin turbo in the F8 Tributo it has been the one constant. But times change and the latest mid-engine Ferrari, the 296 GTB is now a V6 – and a hybrid!

A twin turbo 3.0 litre V6 is teamed up with an electric motor between the engine and gearbox, which combine to put out 819bhp – in the normal model! 0-124mph is dealt with in a staggering 7.3 seconds and it’ll go on to over 210mph. Incredible performance.

Visually the 296 GTB is a step change too, with a low, wide front end much like the SF90 and a familiar glasshouse. But the rear arches are gloriously swollen, with intakes feeding air to the engine and the flat rear window and buttresses are an unashamed nod to the 1963 250LM. It’s a stunning car, surely one of the prettiest modern Ferraris.

This is the future of Ferrari, so get your tickets and we could be surprising you next week!

Images: The Archive, Simon Luckhof