Last week first photos of the latest test mule evolution for the Ferrari Enzo successor showed limited vantage points. But now we have photos from several angles including the front view.
Caught during a test session in Maranello, the Enzo mule is looking a bit more formed than previous mule prototypes which used the heavily altered body of a 458 Italia. Although remnant traces of the 458 are still seen, particularly in the front end, the most prominent design detail that seems to be final is the shape of the rear window which strongly resembles the one on the P4/5 Competizione.
It is strongly believed the F70 will use a 6.2-liter V12 engine in tandem with a HY-KERS hybrid system which has been confirmed by Ferrari. This could enable the car to have a combined output of approximately 920 hp (686 kW / 933 PS). If these numbers prove true, the supercar could 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).
Regardless of the final figures, Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa has already revealed the model will be made from the same type of carbon fiber that is used in the company's F1 cars. This should make it lighter and stronger than the Enzo and F50.
Ferrari has confirmed plans to introduce the Enzo successor later this year.