Latest spy photo of new Ferrari Enzo Successor

5 09 2008

Spy photographers caught the first shots of a mule for the successor to the the conquering Ferrari Enzo.

The first thing that caught our eye on this type was the gigantic centrally mounted exhaust duct that sits neatly at the foot of the rear end. Judging by the incredible sound coming from this type, is palpable the customary twin exhausts of the 430 Scuderia are completely unused. The wheelbase also looks unusually long which added add to our suspicions.

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The project is known as FX70 internally at Ferrari and they are still undecided as to what powertrain to employ under the carcass. The first decision would be to resume in the tradition of the first Enzo and backpack an eloquent V12 engine in, however the Prancing mount may look to downsize to a Twin-turbo V8. The second of the two would see a faculty dignitary of between 50hp and 100hp minor than its superior alternative, but the credence cutback advantages could see the performance maintained.

Some say the new Enzo could appear as presently as 2010, but considering the analyze vehicles haven’t made it elapsed mule form yet, this seems suspect. We will maybe see it in both 2011 or 2012 with an estimate tag of at slightest $500,000 and a production run of around 300 vehicles.

Source: [CarPix]



2 responses

10 09 2008

Очень познавательно. Спасибо.

17 12 2008

bullshit! The FX70 will be out in 2009! Ferrari is following a 7-year-tradition, when it comes to the F-models!

1988-Ferrari F40
1995-Ferrari F50
2002-Ferrari F60/Enzo
2009-Ferrari F70/Super Enzo

Like that!

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