Along with the announcement, the Italian automaker posted a teaser photo of the F150 though it kept details sparse apart from saying that it will be the “most powerful HyperFerrari” with plenty of Formula 1 technology.
Rumors have been abundant on the F150, along with details on its powerplant. It is expected that it’ll feature over 800 hp thanks to a V12 engine and a KERS hybrid system that provides about another 150 hp.
Be sure to check back when AutoGuide reports live from the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, when the Ferrari F150 makes its official debut.
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