2026 Ferrari F725 Arrives as the F8 Tributo Successor, but Only in Fantasy Land

2026 Ferrari F725 rendering by tedoradze.giorgi 9 photos
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After another record-breaking year – it delivered 13,663 vehicles worldwide in 2023 – Ferrari is set to launch three new cars this year, quite a big and commendable effort from the storied exotic brand.
The Italian automaker is singing a tune of how the good times roll – 2023 ended with an all-new sales record and a 17% year-over-year net revenue increase. Even better, all signs point out more successes down the line because all the model line is sold out throughout 2025 – meaning that if you suddenly find the money to buy a Ferrari, you will have to wait at least until 2026 to take delivery directly from the automaker's network.

Of course, the exotic brand is now bullish enough to launch not one, not two, but three new cars this year. And, of course, the rumor mill already thinks it knows what the fuss is all about – or at least two-thirds of it. For starters, there's a new hypercar in the making, as the LaFerrari is finally getting a direct successor. Secondly, everyone is pointing at the 812 Superfast front-engine RWD grand tourer getting the retirement papers and making way for an all-new GT.

On the other hand, the third model is a complete mystery – and it could be anything from a new Icona-series representative to an SP3 or from an F8 Tributo successor to a fresh Purosangue variant. As far as the imaginative realm of digital car content creators is concerned, one of their representatives has set his sights on the mid-engine sports car coming to replace the beloved F8 Tributo.

Meet Giorgi Tedoradze, the Georgia-based industrial designer better known as tedoradze.giorgi on social media, who has a quick idea regarding what the next Ferrari will be. As such, his latest design sketch is labeled as the 2026 Ferrari F725, obviously a follow-up to the F8 Tributo, which packed the fabled 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8, churning out 710 horsepower. With this new iteration, it could get a subtle increase in power, hence the F725 designation from 725 'cavallino rampante' (prancing horses) running around the fields of imagination land.

If anyone is wondering how he came up with this idea, the answer is simple. This pixel master has been hard at work imagining all sorts of exotic sports cars, supercars, and hypercars in between more down-to-earth projects – things like the non-existent 2027 McLaren 820S or Solomon, 2026 Alfa Romeo 6C, BMW Z3 Coupe Hommage, or the 2027 Porsche 970e, among others.

However, this is not his only Ferrari if we also think about the older Positano idea. No worries. We have embedded all these delightful ideation sketches in the gallery for our (guilty) viewing pleasure. So, what do you think – is this a potentially worthy Ferrari F8 Tributo successor or not?

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Editor's note: Gallery includes other sports car design projects by the same author.

About the author: Aurel Niculescu
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Aurel has aimed high all his life (literally, at 16 he was flying gliders all by himself) so in 2006 he switched careers and got hired as a writer at his favorite magazine. Since then, his work has been published both by print and online outlets, most recently right here, on autoevolution.
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