Here are the latest spyshots of the Ferrari Enzo replacement dubbed the code name the F150.
In detail, this supercar is expected to weigh in at only 1100kg will be powered by brand new F12’s V12 developing 740hp already, and coupled to an electric motor providing an extra hundred horses and 270 nm of torque.
The small Lithium Ion battery will not allow the car to drive in electric-only driving like in the Porsche 918, this is purely a Formula 1 inspired Kers system.
Also expect to see expect a complex evolution of the Aero Bridge and Active Brake Cooling seen in the incredible new Ferrari F12 berlinetta supercar.
The shaped central spur in the double bubble roof may also be functional, feeding a rear end with even more complex aerodynamic functionality.
LED headlights also appear to feature – and is that a headlight-shaped daytime running light signature in the middle? It would be a neat touch if so.
Underpinning it all will be a carbon fibre chassis that Ferrari has already shown at the Paris Motor Show in September. The firm says its been designed with input from F1 designer Rory Byrne and is 20% lighter than the old Ferrari Enzo. It’s 27% more torsionally rigid too, benefitting handling and ability.
One thing is quite apparent Ferrari make the worlds most ugly test mules with their caveman like camouflage applications.