Home / Auto News / News article: Ferrari Enzo Successor Not Coming to Detroit - AutoGuide.com News
 |  Oct 17 2012, 11:15 AM

The Ferrari Enzo successor will not be revealed at the upcoming 2013 Detroit Auto Show, contrary to previous reports.

News of the change comes via an unnamed source in an Autoblog report, though AutoGuide has been able to corroborate with an official representative.

In an E-mail conversation with AutoGuide, Ferrari American PR director Karen Vonder Meulen was definitive. “As of now we have no plans to show anything in Detroit,” she said.

News that the F70 would debut in Detroit was doubtful from the start as, historically, Ferrari has chosen the Geneva Motor Show for its major product reveals. Included in the list of past Ferrari world premieres in Geneva are the Ferrari FF, the F12 Berlinetta, and the 599 GTB, further reinforcing the fact the next Enzo successor will not be coming to Detroit.

Vonder Meulen’s statement also reveals that nothing new from the Italian auto maker will be revealed at the Motor City auto show.

  • Mpusch13

    Well, duh. No one in their right mind would think it would be released in Detroit.