The Scuderia Ferrari GT Program has been typical of Ferrari: Highly successful. That competitiveness and success looks set to continue with the all new Ferrari 488 being adapted to both FIA WEC (GTE/GTLM) and GT3 specifications. The new additions to Ferrari's fleet have taken to the Mugello circuit in Italy for a media presentation and as part of the Ferrari World Finals (Finali Mondiali). The GT3 and GTE cars will make their debuts in the 2016 seasons of their respective competitions, however it is rumoured that the GT3 variant will be ineligible to compete in the 2016 LiquiMoly Bathurst 12 Hour. The car itself will serve as a replacement for the 458 GT variation; a car that has enjoyed a huge period of success, particularly in the FIA World Endurance Championship. Ferrari 488 GT3 Whilst the 458 and 488 look markedly similar, the key difference with the 488 compared to its predecessor is the lack of a normally aspirated engine, rather the 488 will be powered by a 3.9 litre, turbocharged V8 engine. Similarly to the way the 458 versions differed, the GTE will produce less power than the GT3, however it will have a more efficient and effective aerodynamic package.