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…
This is the first non-camouflaged picture of the Ferrari F70, the replacement for the Enzo. Halfway covered in shadow, it doesn't look as terrible as we'd expected.
The upcoming hybrid supercar war is heating up, and now we appear to have our first look at Ferrari's 900 horsepower V12/electric motor combo set to go in the F70 Enzo replacement.
A lot of car people think that new cars are irredeemably ugly and will never look as good as the classics. We disagree. For proof, here are the most stunning photographs we've seen at the Paris Motor Show this year.
Today's Paris Motor Show is the first battle of the new-school supercars and Ferrari is entering the show with the carbon chassis of its hybrid Enzo replacement, what we're calling the Ferrari F70. It looks like it just came from the racetrack.
It sure looks like 2013 is going to be a stellar year for billionaires that have an affinity for really fast cars. We already have the Pagani Huayra and Lamborghini Aventador on the roads, and soon they should be joined by the absolutely bonkers McLaren P12 hypercar.
Ferrari, which has been out of the hypercar game since the Enzo went out of production, is once again out and testing the mule for the legend's replacement.
Ferrari's oft-rumored replacement for the once unstoppable Ferrari Enzo supercar — sometimes called the Ferrari F70 — is the company's chance to rip the mantle of world's craziest car away from the Bugatti Veyron.