Our agile spies were able to take a few photos with the Ferrari "F150" testing around Maranello. A video showing an early prototype has also come to our attention.
Like all previous spy photos and videos, the Enzo successor is wearing a lot of camouflage which doesn't reveal its design. What we know so far is the rear window's shape will be similar to the one seen on the P4/5 owned by American collector James Glickenhaus.
As previously reported, the new Ferrari flagship will be powered by an evolution of the 6.3-liter, V12 engine found in the F12 Berlinetta and will output more than 740 HP (544 kW). It will work together with a HY-KERS electric hybrid system "performance enhancer" which will cut CO2 emissions by 40 percent.
The Italian supercar will get a carbon fiber monocoque and a dual-clutch gearbox. It will have the same height (47.8 inches) and wheelbase (104.3 inches) as the 458 Italia. The electric motor, battery unit and ancillaries will have a power-to-weight ratio of 1:1.
The Ferrari "F150" will be revealed next month (with probably a different name), ahead of its public debut set for March in Geneva.