Ferrari 296 GTS Specs

June 13th, 2022 by

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These days, Chicagoland’s most demanding performance enthusiasts no longer have to choose between superior handling, blistering speed, hybrid efficiency, and the style that only an open-air spider can provide. That’s because the Ferrari 296 GTS combines all of these strengths in a single package—and the results are stunning to observe! Our guide to the Ferrari 296 GTS specs demonstrates that no driver can overlook what this model has to offer.

Ferrari 296 GTS Horsepower, Acceleration & Top Speed

Although longtime fans of the Prancing Horse may have had some reservations about the brand’s decision to start introducing hybrid powertrains, the Ferrari 296 GTS horsepower and torque ratings speak for themselves: this potent convertible hypercar leaves nothing to be desired.

Don’t just take our word for it—review the most important Ferrari 296 GTS specs below:

  • Ferrari 296 GTS Horsepower: 818 hp
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Torque: 545 lb-ft
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Top Speed: 205 mph
  • Ferrari 296 GTS 0–60 MPH Acceleration: 2.9 seconds
  • Ferrari 296 GTS 0–124 MPH Acceleration: 7.6 seconds
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Electric Range: 15 miles

As a hybrid, the Ferrari 296 GTS combines a 2.9-liter V6 engine and an electric motor that’s powered by a 7.5-kWh battery. The electric motor provides 165 hp and 232 lb-ft of torque—and with a full charge, it can take you up to 15 miles without using any fuel at all. The V6, on its own, provides 654 hp and 546 lb-ft of torque—but most buyers from Milwaukee to Indianapolis will utilize both power sources at once, enjoying the specs we’ve broken down above.

Want to get a sense of how this model compares to others in the Ferrari lineup? You’ll find plenty to explore when you browse our Ferrari research guides.

Ferrari 296 Weights & Dimensions

The powertrain is the centerpiece of the new Ferrari 296 GTS—but every element of this vehicle contributes to its exceptional performance. To help you get a better sense of what sets this lightweight and agile hypercar apart, we’ve laid out everything you need to know about its dimensions:

  • Ferrari 296 GTS Length: 179.7 inches
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Width: 77.1 inches
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Height: 46.9 inches
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Wheelbase: 102.4 inches
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Front Track Width: 65.6 inches
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Rear Track Width: 64.3 inches
  • Ferrari 296 GTS Weight: 3395 pounds

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