Ferrari has released more details and official spy photos to their F150 Enzo successor.
The F150, Ferrari says, will come with a modified version of the current 6.3L V12 found on the F12berlinetta producing in the market of 800-hp. Paired to a rumored 120-hp hybrid-electric KERS system, the total output is expected near 920-hp.
Inspired by Ferrari's F1 team, design director Flavio Manzoni says that "this is the pinnacle of everything, of the aesthetics and technology of Ferrari. This always had to be a masterpiece."
From what we can see, the F150 bears a similar nose to the current Enzo and a similar smooth, streamlined body. The headlights, accentuated similar to the current 458 Italia. With a barrage of camouflage though, there's not telling exactly what the new hypercar will officially look like.
Only 400 of these special editions will be made, each with a price tag of around $1M.
The Ferrari F150 will make its official debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland.
Source: Ferrari Magazine