Ferrari teases the launch of its Enzo successor in GenevaEnlarge Photo
The Geneva launch of a successor to the Ferrari Enzo, internally named the F150, has been rumored for months, but now is officially official. The last update we delivered, on February 11, turned out to include a hoaxed image, but now Ferrari is officially releasing more teaser images of its upcoming supercar, ahead of next week’s world premier.
Beginning with today’s prancing-horse photo (perhaps from the center rear of the car), Ferrari promises to serve up “intriguing hints” of what it will show in Geneva, on both its home page and on its official Facebook page.
So far, we know the latest supercar from Maranello will sport an F1-derived HY-KERS hybrid drive, coupled to a 6.3-liter V-12 engine derived from the F12 Berlinetta. Though not confirmed, output is rumored to be as high as 920 horsepower, while curb weight could be as low as 2,425 pounds.
Less than 500 examples will reportedly be built, each priced from 1.2 million euros ($1.6 million). Based on its potential performance and price, the car is poised to go head-to-head with McLaren’s upcoming P1 hybrid supercar, also debuting next week in Geneva.
If you’re an automotive enthusiast with an exceptionally large bank account, this is a great time to be alive. We’ll bring you all the details and live images of the Ferrari F150 (and the McLaren P1) as part of our complete Geneva Motor Show coverage.