Recently, Ferrari held a private preview of its F150 project for prospective buyers and those fortunate enough to have attended have spilled some of the supercar’s details onto the internet.
The event took place in Maranello and based on some of the attendees info, the Ferrari F150 will be officially unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Though the details can’t be confirmed with a source at the time, several posters across different forums all had similar figures.
The F150 will be powered by a new V12 engine that has a redline of 9,200 rpms and is built to sound like a Formula One engine at full throttle. The V12 pumps out 800 hp while the KERS system gives it another 150 hp. Top speed for the new exotic will be around 230 mph and will be limited to just 499 vehicles. Pricing at the event was rumored to be around $1.6 million.
Deliveries will begin before the end of this year and interior details include fixed seats and adjustable paddles. The chassis is made entirely from carbon fiber with Kevlar underneath for reinforcement.
The Geneva Motor Show will kick off on March 5th, so stay tuned as AutoGuide will be reporting live from the event in Switzerland.
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