Ferrari F150 details leaked

Posted on 04 February 2013 by Tony Santos


The successor of the legendary Ferrari Enzo has been on the run for quite sometimes now, however, there has been no solid proof that it’s in the works until a private showing event has lead into major details about the codenamed Ferrari F150.

Accordingly, the details include the limited 499 units to be produced making the next generation Enzo, exotic like a wild horse.

The Ferrari F150 will feature a hybrid V12 engine that’s capable to kick a monstrous 800 horsepower with an extra kick of 150 horsepower from its built-in KERS electric-boost system. Running this powertrain, the F150 is said to boasts 0-to-62mph time of only 3 seconds, 124mph in 7 seconds and top speed of 230mph.

It will also be available only in three colors and distinctively feature a molded fixed seats and you don’t have to worry if you’re that tall or small as it’s said that the pedals would be adjustable. Car and Driver also noted that the steering wheel might be also adjustable to address the possible fixed seat problems.

So when can we expect the Ferrari F150 to be official? The Geneva Motor Show is just around the corner, and it might be revealed in the event.

To keep your interest, according to sources who’ve attended the event, this is the fastest Ferrari to hit the Fiorano test track.

Source: Car and Driver

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