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SPIED: Ferrari Enzo successor

2013-01-28 13:03

HEAVY CAMOUFLAGE: The Ferrari Enzo successor has been spotted out doing some tests in Maranello, under heavy camouflage.

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Ferrari has hinted at a successor to the legendary Ferrari Enzo for years. Now our spies have images of a test mule codenamed the F70 - ugly, innit?

We spotted the Ferrari Enzo successor, internally called the F150 and which will probably be named the F70 when it hits dealers, during a test session in Maranello.

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Of course, to say that the vehicle is covered in heavy camouflage would be an understatement, but the idea that Ferrari will go to great lengths when designing the vehicle has been reinforced now that we’ve seen the images.

The only design detail that is known so far is the shape of the rear window which, as James Glickenhaus, film director and stock exchange magnate, let slip, will be similar to that on his P4/5 Competizione.

As for what will power the vehicle, earlier media reports indicated that Ferrari would use a petrol engine delivering 596kW (likely to be a V12), which will be assisted by around 100 electric horses.


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