2013 Geneva Auto ShowJust the Facts:
- Ferrari released teaser images of its new Enzo on its Facebook page, ahead of an official unveiling on Tuesday at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
- The images include a close-up of the exhaust pipes and what appears to be the hood and front fenders.
- Ferrari is referring to the new model only as "the new supercar from the special limited series."
GENEVA — Ahead of its official unveiling Tuesday at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Ferrari is releasing a series of teaser images of its new Enzo on its Facebook page — a good strategy, considering the official page now has nearly 11 million "likes" from fans.
So far, they show a close-up of the exhaust pipes and what appears to be the hood and front fenders taken from the cockpit.
The marque's long-awaited supercar, known informally among Ferraristi as the "new Enzo" after the limited-edition two-seater that was built from 2002-'04, will get its own name to go along with its official F70 designation (not to confuse the issue, but the internal project name is F150).
Ferrari is referring to the new model only as "the new supercar from the special limited series."
Design boss Flavio Manzoni also is quoted on the company's Facebook page as saying, "The (original) Enzo is an unforgettable model. Its heir will have even more personality; it will be a vision of the future."
Pre-show details are scant, but the European press has widely reported the car will feature a V12 engine and a KERS-type hybrid system, providing combined output of more than 900 horsepower and a top speed in excess of 217 mph and 0-60 acceleration in less than 3 seconds.
And — no surprise — a price tag of more than $1.5 million.
Edmunds says: The clock is ticking down to one of the most critical unveilings at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.