Ferrari has no plans at all to produce a four-door model, according to a story published by Autocar. CEO Amedeo Felisa was quoted saying that his company will "never do four doors." Ferrari founder Enzo would apparently not approve of such a car anyway. It just isn't part of the company's long heritage.
Despite its staunch stance on the four-door issue, the supercar maker is gearing up for a hybrid powertrain launch in the near future. Felisa explained that hybrids are being produced to satisfy regulation requirements. Four doors are not an eco-friendly requirement and can therefore not be forced upon any company. In the 60 years of Ferrari's illustrious history, only two-door sports cars have been produced.
"If you want a four door Ferrari we have a Maserati," Felisa said. This essentially puts an end to any rumours that Panamera, Cayenne or Rapide competitor will be coming out of Maranello.