Ferrari F70 (Enzo Successor) Spotted

“Crisis, what crisis?” is what we’re obliged to say after taking a quick look at all the supercars that are coming our way. Ferrari has made a 740 hp V12 for a road car, McLaren is snapping at their heels with the P12, but the guys at Maranello are ready with a limited production answer.
Yes, it’s the much rumored and highly anticipated F70, the successor to the legendary Enzo. This will be infused with the latest race car technology developed in F1 and will likely be powered by a combination of V12 engine and electric motor and F1-style KERS system.

The F70 will be their first production hybrid car, offering the highest ever horsepower and decreasing fuel consumption by 40 percent.

This video, shot by speedspot on the streets near Maranello show only a prototype. The production car will likely have advanced aerodynamics and will be styled by Pininfarina.
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