2023 Ferrari 499P Review



The FIA WEC Endurance Championship Hypercar class is still expanding, and now a freshly developed Ferrari race car has been added.

Ferrari has unveiled their entry, the 499P, after confirming in February 2021 that it will enter the class that replaced LMP1.

About 50 years after the last run of the 312P, Ferrari will make a comeback to the highest category of endurance racing with the 499P, which will compete as a Le Mans Hypercar (LMH) type.

Contrary to the LMDh types in the same class, whose chassis must come from either Dallara, Multimatic, Ligier, or Oreca, Ferrari was able to create its own chassis for the 499P.

The 499P's maximum combined output of 670 horsepower satisfies the performance balance requirements for the class.

The 499P derives its name in the Ferrari racing tradition, referencing the displacement of its 2992-cc twin-turbocharged V-6

The electric motor at the front axle is powered by a 900-volt battery pack, charged by Ferrari's Energy Recovery System (ERS),

The hybrid system of the 499P was specifically designed for the vehicle, however it largely drew inspiration from Ferrari's Formula 1 programme.

Technical Specifiaction of this car are not available yet.

A lot of fun is coming in this 2023 ferrari 499P made for formula 1.