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Ferrari 296 GTB specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1470 kg (3241 lbs)
Introduced 2021
Origin country Italy
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Lap times

Track Time
Fiorano 1:21.00

Performance

0 - 100 kph2.9 s
0 - 200 kph7.3 s
Est. 1000 m18.9 s @ 291.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph4.4 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph2.8 s
Est. 1/8 mile6.9 s @ 119.9 mph
Est. 1/4 mile10.4 s @ 148.5 mph
Est. 1/2 mile16.4 s @ 174.6 mph
Top speed330 kph (205 mph)
Est. max acceleration1.03 g (10 m/s²)
200 kph - 0107 m (351 ft)
Ferrari 296 GTB acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type V6 twin turbo hybrid
Displacement 3.0 l (183 ci / 2996 cc)
Power 830 ps (819 bhp / 610 kw) @ 8000 rpm
Torque 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) @ 6250 rpm
Power / liter 277 ps (273 hp)
Power / weight 565 ps (557 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 503 Nm (371 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 8 speed dual clutch automatic
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive
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TypeF173  1w ago

Quote>"0 to 1000 m: 18.2 s - 290.3 km/h."

The above is an independently tested and verified Holy Trinity flagship car? Compare it with the below unofficial time?😲

 

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Freakz  1w ago

Source?


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TypeF173  1w ago @Freakz

Quote>"TypeF173 3m ago

When the MIGHTY nation of Brazil tests ONE of the absolute GOAT production hypercars!

https://quatrorodas.abril.com.br/testes/porsche-918-spyder-o-hibrido-recordista-do-asfalto/

Quote>"Track test – Porsche 918 Spyder
ACCELERATION
from 0 to 100 km/h: 2.6 s
from 0 to 1000 m: 18.2 s - 290.3 km/h
MAXIMUM SPEED: 345 km/h (factory data)

Leia mais em: https://quatrorodas.abril.com.br/testes/porsche-918-spyder-o-hibrido-recordista-do-asfalto/."

That standing 1KM time IS quick if not necessarily the quickest time ever. Not far off!"

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TypeF173  3w ago

Ferrari 296GTB 0-290km/h frame by frame measurments.

 

Km/h
0-100= 2.945
0-200= 7.038
0-290= 15.508

That's quick. Are you reading these figures Woking?


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Icy718  1m ago

This car needs laptimes!!!


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TypeF173  1m ago

 


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Bit  2m ago

I'm a Porsche fan, but I have to congratulate Ferrari, because it pulled 830 hp out of 3.0 liters!


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TypeF173  2m ago

Curb weight 1470KG stated above? LOL! I absolutely do NOT think so!

https://www.ferrari.com/en-EN/corporate/articles/296-gtb-defining-fun-to-drive

Quote>"Dry weight*** 1470 kg."

So that's DEFINITELY going into 1700KG's without optionally available lightweight components!

830hp
1700KG *calculated/estimated
488.24hp/tonne *subject to change and final specifications

This Supercar class just got a whole lot more interesting!


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Manny2Gun2Drin3  3m ago

0-330 km/h crazy times 🤑

 


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TypeF173  3m ago

0-200-0km/h Ferrari 296GTB>

 

Now that's an incredibly esoteric metric? I don't recall having seen it? But anyway it's presented within!

Also it's seemingly digital clock over digital speedometer readings and measurements. Treat as such very OBVIOUSLY! Any issues contact video originators and ask them if clarification is needed!🤔


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Icy718   3m ago

We need laptimes!!!



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TypeF173  3m ago

Video below 20-33 seconds= 13 seconds for 0-270km/h *albeit it on the speedometer and counters? (Rough draft!)

Ferrari SF90 Quattroroute 260-280km/h averaged (270kn/h) two verified times= 12.1 seconds!😲

She's still tracking for the 17.X 0-300km/h!

The McLaren Artura is going to need, based on two speedometer readings to bring it's triple AAA game! Fascinating battle!


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Icy718   4m ago

This car will probably match the performances of a 720s on a straight line (and maybe even do better than that), and it should be faster than the f8 Tributo on track, based on the Fiorano laptime. It could actually be as fast as the 488 Pista, if not more, if it’s as good as I hope it to be. It’s not really track-focused but all the reviews rave about how nimble and agile it is. The SF90 proved to be a track-monster, I hope this will deliver as well. Regardless of numbers, it’s clearly a brilliant car


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Lambolover  4m ago

 

296 GTB vs F8 Tributo 0-290 km/h


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Cloxxki  4m ago

The SF90 is kind of like 918 Spyder, but cheaper and faster in every way, I assume. AWD, with decent e-only range.

296 GTB is is kind of like McLaren P1, RWD and e-only range, from the same era of early hybrid hypercars. LaFerrari did not offer e-only drive.

However, P1 (and LaFerrari) were a good bit faster, straight line and lap time. Yes, there is a price difference, even to the SF90 which is just more car, but there are also many years of hybrid development.


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TypeF173  4m ago

Schmee has a 35 minute video on the Ferrari 296GTB! I'm going to pass, Carfection and Mr Smooth for me!

 

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TypeF173  4m ago

Quote>"0 - 280 km/h 14.9 s 0 - 300 km/h 18.6 s."

McLaren 720S average the two speeds and times= 0-290km/h= 16.75 s.

😪

JK! Comes down to independently tested cars with verifications. But she's mighty quick.

She's currently not a million miles away from the Bugatti Veyron Supersport! From memory! That's impressive!


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TypeF173  4m ago

Don't bother with Top Gear or Evo or Autocar even, if your looking for AUTHORITIVE analysis but impartial too, there's really in England only Carfection~

 


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TypeF173  4m ago

HOLY FK the Ferrari 296GTB is QUICK!🙂

Manufacturer claimed DELTA point from video BELOW=

0-200km/h= 7.3~ please bear this in mind!

Results

0-100km/h= 3
0-200km/h= 7
0-290km/h= 16=😯

Now, these are first run on YouTube counters. As we can see at 200km/h there is a 0.3 second variance. That's fine.

But, that ****ing quick either way.

Ofcourse at some point I'll try my new digital timing extractions to see if we can get more accuracy but ultimately it IS still exactly that. Speedometer readings. But regardless seriously impressive!


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Igor1982  4m ago

 


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TypeF173  4m ago

 


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Uriena  4m ago

It's fat, ugly and slow.


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TypeF173  8m ago

 


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196ss  9m ago

Calculated acceleration and top speed figures for Ferrari supercars and hybrids using available data about aerodynamics, gear ratios, torque curves and so on.

Name---0-100kph—0-160kph—0-200kph—0-250kph—0-300kph-400m(kph)-1000m(kph)-top speed
288 GTO----------------------------4,7---9,5---14,7---23,5---(---)---12,5(190,4)---22,4(245,5)---304,1
F40----------------------------------4,3---8,2---11,4---18,7---35,8---11,8(200,9)---21,1(258,5)---320,2
F40 without cat (~385 kw)----4,2---7,8---10,7---17,1---30,5---11,6(209,9)---20,6(268,9)---328,5
F50----------------------------------4,0---7,8---11,9---19,6---40,1---11,8(198,7)---21,1(257,8)---319,5
Enzo------------------------------3,36---6,22---9,26---15,19---25,41---10,9(217,1)---19,6(272,2)---348,8
MC12----------------------------3,33---6,78---10,06---16,96---35,97---11,1(208,4)---20,1(263,9)---329,9
LaFerrari------------------------2,73---4,77---6,87---10,62---16,68---9,8(240,5)---17,6(305,3)---354,5
SF90 Stradale (AF)------------2,31---4,38---6,36---10,00---16,13---9,5(243,7)---17,2(306,0)---343,9
296 GTB (AF)-------------------2,69---5,15---7,50---11,72---19,06---10,0(232,6)---18,1(294,8)---333,2


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TypeF173  10m ago

https://johannesburg.ferraridealers.com/en_gb/cars/296-gtb

Couldn't find anything at Ferrari.com. But did under dealer websites link.

Quote>"Dry weight*** 1470 kg."

Plus

Quote>"*** With optional lightweight content."

So the DRY WEIGHT quoted is with the lightweight package. And that's fine.

But the WET WEIGHT or kerb weight is going MINIMUM 100KG higher for the base non lightweight model, and I know the differences between wet and dry weight between two benchmarked hybrid hypercars that's as much as 150KG in comparison between the two.

She's going to be 1600KG curbweight base specifications.

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