Spy pics of Ferrari super car revealed

2012-05-03 09:28

Spy pics of the successor to the Ferrari Enzo, the Ferrari F70, have been revealed while the car was undergoing testing in Germany with the car rumoured to run on a hybrid power train with a total output of more than 900 horsepower.

The car shown was heavily camouflaged with Ferrari remaining tight-lipped on the exact design.

The super Ferrari is expected to be fitted with a V12 HY-KERS hybrid power train revealed at last week’s Beijing Motor Show.

The V12 has an output of 800 hp with electric motors providing an additional 120 hp.

The KERS regenerative braking system is currently used by Formula 1 racing cars and is an evolution of a Kers Hybrid concept shown by Ferrari at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, raising power and reducing emissions and fuel consumption.

It is rumoured to have a fuel consumption of just over seven litres per 100 kilometres.

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