The new Ferrari hypercar has gone by quite a few names as of late. Ferrari Enzo. Ferrari F70. Ferrari F150. We now have word from Geneva that it has an official name. And that name... is LaFerrari. I'm not joking.
Aside from a few random sketches, we don't yet know what the neo-Enzo Ferrari F150 will look like yet. But artist Josiah LaColla has cooked up some renderings of his own, and they're pretty hot.
Every time we have seen the Ferrari F150, it has either been a photoshop or in camo that makes it look a lot like a whale shark. Ferrari has been showing the car to well heeled possible buyers over the last few weeks. Here's a drawing of what someone who saw the car says it looks like.
A few months back, a tuning company called Milano Torino claimed they were going to make a retro custom car called the “Ferrari 770 Daytona.” That turned out to be vaporware when Ferrari’s lawyers got their website shut down. Now Milano Torino is back with another fake.
Ferrari announced this morning that the F150, the hypercar that will take the Enzo's place as the top Ferrari, will debut Geneva Motor Show (as we previously reported). But the curious thing is the way they did it: on what is supposedly their official Instagram page.
Other than the fact that Ferrari's Enzo successor, the F150, will be stealing a name from America's best selling truck, we could only speculate about what would be under the carbon fiber body. Now we have a better idea. At a not-so-top secret viewing in Maranello, potential customers apparently got the skinny on the…
In 2011, Ferrari unveiled a Formula One car that they decided to call the F150. Ferrari didn't seem to realize that Ford sells a quite popular truck that is known as the F150.
Ferrari's unveiling of this year's Formula 1 race car, the F150, proves race car aerodynamics has left aesthetics behind and entered the realm of science fiction. This walkaround video provides a full view of the new snout.