Ferrari Enzo-replacement to debut before the end of 2012.
The new Ferrari Enzo will be presented before the end of 2012, according to a report by Italian news source AGI. Ferrari chief Luca Cordero di Montezemolo let slip at the 2012 Geneva Show the company's intentions for the brand-new supercar. He commented "It will be presented to collectors and it will be a car with three aims: to amaze in terms of technological innovation (rationally not just performance), astonish and amaze in terms of design and amaze with its name."
Ferrari will sure need to impress with the new name, as the flagship's predecessor was named after the legendary founder of the company, Enzo Ferrari. In addition to initially presenting it only to several Ferrari owners, di Montezemolo added that for 2012 "We want to produce 7,000 cars, maybe a little more but not much." Though not much is known about the Enzo-replacement, it is rumored to feature an F1-style KERS system (kinetic energy recovery system) along with a 7.3-liter V12 engine good for roughly 920hp. This is supposed to be Ferrari's fastest and most powerful model yet, so we are eagerly awaiting the latest supercar from Modena.