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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Ferrari is once again teasing its next supercar, while confirming its world premiere is set for the Geneva Motor Show next week. Continue Reading...
In a matter of weeks, the successor to the Ferrari Enzo will debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. It’s called the F150 internally at Ferrari, but there’s a lot more to the car than it’s obscure code-name. Continue Reading...
As we get closer and closer to the debut of Ferrari’s next supercar, the successor to the Enzo, more details are leaking out surrounding the internally-named F150 Project. Continue Reading...
Teaser images of the Ferrari Enzo successor, thus far called the F70, has been thoroughly shrouded until recently when the teaser images below leaked from a presentation. 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...
Brace yourselves, the Ferrari hybrid is coming. Having first revealed its mid-engine HY-KERS development at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa confirmed that the future halo mid-engine hybrid supercar will officially debut in 2013. Continue Reading...
Ferrari has a new mystery super car to drop on us at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show. And judging by comments made by Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo, it should be a monster. “We now have a complete range of models which will be joined in a few days time at the Geneva Show by a… Continue Reading...
Expected to arrive some time next year, the successor to the Ferrari Enzo could make use of hybrid technology admits company CEO Amedeo Felisa. Speaking at the launch of the new 458 Spider, Felisa admitted as much and even confirmed that Ferrari is currently testing prototype hybrids. While still a stretch at this point, Ferrari… 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...
The Ferrari F70 will be an ultra light-weight machine and make use of a twin-turbo V8 engine. News of Ferrari’s plans for the successor to the Enzo comes from the U.K.’s AutoExpress where it has been reported that the F70 will in man ways be a spiritual successor to the incredibly-raw F40 – the last… Continue Reading...