Ferrari's very special supercar was caught out and about looking like a masterfully evolved Enzo.
It's been a few months since we last saw Ferrari's Enzo-replacing hybrid supercar heavily disguised on the prowl in Maranello, and these latest spy shots give us a glimpse at the F150 wearing slightly less camo while out on the streets. The successor to the mighty Enzo is tipped to pack a 6.3-liter V12 engine supplemented by a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (F1-speak for "hybrid") to deliver around 900 hp. Combined with an expected weight of less than 1,000 kg, the F150 promises to deliver sensational performance figures.
In terms of styling, Ferrari's design chief Flavio Manzoni recently said it will be a "masterpiece [and] the pinnacle of everything, of the aesthetics and technology of Ferrari." We hope to see Ferrari's new supercar at the Geneva Motor Show in March, but we may have to wait for the Frankfurt Auto Show in September for its debut.