The successor of the Ferrari Enzo has been spied on camera. Unfortunately, the prototype was wearing a lot of camouflage.
This is the latest spy video of the upcoming Ferrari Enzo successor known internally as the F70. As you can see, the supercar is heavily camouflaged so we don’t have any additional info since the latest spy shots.
Various reports are indicating that Ferrari’s upcoming new flagship model will adopt the same V12 6.2-liter engine of the F12 Berlinetta but expect a power output of about 789 hp (588 kW). There will also be an extra 118 hp (88 kW) from the F1-derived KERS. The new model is going to tip the scales at about 2250 pounds (1157 kg) thanks to the carbon fiber body and the extensive use of aluminum for the chassis.
The F70 has some serious competition to face, not only from the Bugatti Veyron but also from the upcoming McLaren F1 successor which will be known as the P12.