Ferrari F150 First Photo: This Could Be It, LaFerrari!
The real F150 is hiding under a cover in Geneva right now, but this could be it. People are calling it a rendering, but we think the style of the background is identical to what we've seen Ferrari do when they launched the F12berlinetta.
Power for the new supercar will come from a V12 6262cc engine, just like the one in the F12, but tuned to produce 800 HP (588 kW) at 9,000 rpm and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque at 6,750 rpm. People who have seen the car say it's tuned to sound just like an F1 car at high revs, and just like a real F1 car, it also comes with KERS and an electric motor.
Supposedly, this fastest Ferrari ever takes less than 3 seconds to get to 100 km/h and has a top speed of 217 mph (350 km/h).
A rumor that it's actually to be called the "LaFerrari" has been spreading like wild fire. We honestly don't believe it, especially since the 458 was rumored to be called the F450… and isn't, while the F12 was supposed to be called the 629… and isn't.
We'll know for sure later today, so stay tuned!
Update: We did, we did, we did see a LaPuddycat! This was indeed a real press photo made/taken by Ferrari, and here's LaFerrari in the flesh, live from Geneva.