Ferrari Enzo Successor Bound for 2013 Geneva Auto Show | Edmunds

Ferrari Enzo Successor Bound for 2013 Geneva Auto Show

2013 Geneva Auto Show


2013 Geneva Auto Show

Just the Facts:
  • The Ferrari Enzo successor, sometimes referred to as the Ferrari F70, will debut at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.
  • Ferrari said the "HyperFerrari," which is the Italian marque's new flagship, will feature Formula 1 technology.
  • The 2013 Geneva Auto Show will have major firepower, with a roll call that includes the Enzo successor, the production-ready McLaren P1 and the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible.

MARANELLO, Italy — The Ferrari Enzo successor, sometimes referred to as the Ferrari F70, will debut at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Ferrari confirmed on Instagram.

Ferrari said the "HyperFerrari," which is the Italian marque's new flagship, will feature Formula 1 technology.

"Geneva Motor Show I am coming to take your hearts away," said the Ferrari text message on Instagram.

The automaker calls the car "the most powerful HyperFerrari." It noted that the Enzo successor, internally known as F150, will generate the same amount of downforce as a Formula 1 car.

The 2013 Geneva Auto Show will have major firepower, with a roll call that includes the Enzo successor, the production-ready McLaren P1 and the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible.

The Enzo successor is reputed to produce 900 horsepower and is expected to be Ferrari's most powerful road car yet. The midengine two-seater features an all-new V12 engine whose power — and fuel economy — will be enhanced by a Formula 1-style KERS hybrid system.

European media speculates that the Enzo successor will be priced at around $1.6 million, although Ferrari has not announced pricing.

Edmunds says: Will the Enzo successor be the "it" car of the 2013 Geneva Auto Show?

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