The successor to the Enzo and a car Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says “defines excellence” has finally been unveiled today at the Geneva Motor Show. Continue Reading...
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The Ferrari F150 will make its debut next month at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and rumor has it that pricing will start at one million euros ($1.33 million USD) before taxes. Continue Reading...
Ferrari’s latest luxury toy built exclusively for invited customers is named the F150 according to the brand’s official magazine. Continue Reading...
The successor to the Ferrari Enzo, previously known as the F70 and codenamed internally as F150, will pack more than 800 hp and weigh as little as 2,425 lbs. Continue Reading...
Select potential customers will see the successor to the Enzo model early next year, but the F70 will be officially unveiled in January at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Ferrari had little in the way of sexy new sheetmetal to show off today at the Paris Motor Show, but the Italian exotic car maker did provide a look at its next supercar and the successor to the famed Enzo. Continue Reading...
Ferrari CEO Luca Cordero di Montezemolo let slip to reporters at the Geneva Motor Show that the newest iteration of the Enzo will be coming out at the end of 2012. The new Enzo will receive a new name, as well as an all new design. “It will be ‘presented to collectors and it will be a car… Continue Reading...
Following up on a supercar such as Ferrari’s Enzo is no easy task. The car is legend and its design is unmistakable. With a successor to the Enzo inevitable, many have envisioned what Ferrari may have in store as a follow up – including Hungarian artist Peter Simon. For our part, we hope he’s wrong…. Continue Reading...
Ferrari‘s next supercar and the successor to the Enzo will use hybrid technology. “That car will incorporate the state of the art of our knowledge in terms of increasing performances while reducing fuel consumption and emissions. It will then influence all Ferraris that appear after it,” said Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo in an interview… Continue Reading...
The successor to the Ferrari Enzo may not get the much-rumored twin-turbo V8 at all, but rather keep a V12 engine. The new rumor comes from AutoCar after an interview with company CEO Amedeo Felisa. In an earlier article Felisa commented that, “Ferrari will not build a six-cylinder engine until customer attitudes towards smaller engines… Continue Reading...
Reports of a twin-turbo V6 engine to power the upcoming Enzo successor have been quashed by Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa. ““There are no plans for a six-cylinder engine today,” said Felisa in an interview with the U.K.’s AutoCar. “Ferrari will not build a six-cylinder engine until customer attitudes towards smaller engines change. The perception today… Continue Reading...
In a recent interview with the U.K.’s CAR magazine, Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa spilled some details on the exotic Italian automaker’s future product plans, including a hint that the replacement for the 612 Scaglietti will arrive in 2012. Unfortunately for Ferrari, the replacement comes about 8 years too late. (Yup, do the math, the 612… Continue Reading...