That means the Enzo successor will cost around 1.21-million euros in Italy ($1.61-million USD) and the Italian automaker plans on producing just 499 units of the supercar. That is an increase of 100 units compared to the Enzo, with the additional production undoubtedly fulfilling higher demand in China.
As with all rumors, Ferrari will not confirm on the price, but we expect to hear more when the exotic makes its official debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
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[Source: Automotive News]
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