According to Autocar, the patent reveals a front-engined, transaxle vehicle that features batteries under the cockpit floor. However, the automotive outlet also found a separate patent for a common cockpit design that allows for a mid-engined or front-engined construction. Having a modular construction would help cut development costs for future Ferraris, while giving the automaker the ability to have some variation throughout its lineup. Autocar believes that this modular architecture will allow the automaker to create future hybrid models. A front-engined supercar, whether it would be a hybrid or not, would point to a successor to the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.