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Ferrari F150 Enzo successor rendered

Ferrari Enzo successor will be revealed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Prior to that, here is a render of the same, which Ferrari says is ready to compete with any road legal car in the world.

Ferrari F150 Enzo successor renderedFerrari Enzo successor has been spotted many times and pictures of the camouflaged car has been uploaded all over the internet. Teasers were also revealed in the Official Ferrari Magazine. The car has been compared to the McLaren P1 in relation to the amount of sophisticated carbon fiber being used for its construction.

F150 concept has taken the 2005 Enzo based, FXX concept to a whole new level, which is built around a compact carbon fiber monocoque which is 20% lighter than that of a Ferrari Enzo. Sculpted design gives rise to an aerodynamic look which boasts of sleek lines and tapering ends. The F150 is powered by a V12 engine coupled to an electric motor and battery packs. This powerhouse is situated at the centre of the car ahead of the rear axel. This engine has been tinkered with and power out could be expected in the 730 – 750 bhp area. Stats for the electric motor reveal that it can produce 100 bhp of power and 200 lb-ft of torque.

Inclusion of the Hy-KERS Hybrid system will provide the F150 with an improved performance rating and lowered CO2 emission levels. Driver controls like the pedal and steering wheel are adjustable while the driver seat is a fixed bespoke unit of the vehicle allowing one to sit upright with feet up as when driving a race car. The car will be retailed for more than £800,000 ($1.28 million of Rs 7 crores).

Source: AutoCar

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