Teaser images of the car have already leaked along with specifications regarding the upcoming supercar. Power will come from a V12 engine and the brand’s F1-sourced HY-KERS hybrid system, which together will produce something like 900 hp, allowing the car a sub-2.5 second sprint to 60 mph.
Thanks to a monocoque carbon fiber shell, weight will also be reduced compared to the current Enzo. That weight loss should improve efficiency as well.
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Despite the massive amounts of power, Ferrari claims that c02 emissions are reduced by 40 percent, compared to the Enzo it will succeed.
The car is expected in spring of this year, and could make its first appearance at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
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