Ferrari recently previewed their Enzo successor (aka the F70) at the Paris Motor Show, but a new report is indicating the production model will be publicly unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Ferrari recently previewed their Enzo successor (aka the F70) at the Paris Motor Show, but a new report is indicating the production model will be publicly unveiled at the North American International Auto Show.

While the Motor City sounds like an odd place to introduce such a highly-anticipated vehicle, since most high-end models are tucked away at The Gallery in MGM Casino, Inside Line says the limited edition supercar will bow in Detroit.

Performance specifications remain unconfirmed, but the model is expected to have a 6.2-liter (6262cc) V12 engine and a HY-KERS petrol-electric hybrid system. This could enable the car to have a combined output of 920 bhp (686 kW) which may enable it to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in less than 2.5 seconds and hit a top speed in excess of 408 km/h (254 mph).

The supercar will also feature a carbon fiber monocoque chassis which is 20 percent lighter, 22 percent stiffer and 27 percent more rigid than the chassis that was used on the Enzo.

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