Ferrari F70 V12 Hybrid Concept

Ferrari’s flagship Enzo model is coming to an end. Fans of the brand are anxiously awaiting first images of the follow-up model, currently running under the codename F70.

Set to debut this year and hitting retailers in 2013, there are not official images yet of the new Ferrari. Therefore Sydney designer David Williams has produced an incredible set of renderings of his vision of the upcoming Ferrari F70. “Ferrari has already revealed that the official F70 will be packed with a mid mounted, rear wheel drive 7.3 liter naturally aspirated V12 pumping out 800 horsepower paired with a pair 120 horsepower electric motors. This will put the Ferrari F70 up in the 900 to 1000 horsepower.”

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Ferrari F12 Berlinetta [Video]

Ferrari has revealed first moving images of their 599 successor officially named the F12 Berlinetta. Featuring a 6.2-liter (6262cc) 65 degree naturally-aspirated V12 engine delivering 740 HP (544 kW / 730 bhp), which translates to a specific output of 118 HP/liter, the Berlinetta has been described as “the most powerful and high-performance Ferrari road car ever launched.” When in action, the Belinetta seams to take to the course and various roadways as if an agile predator stalking its prey. For those who got to see it at the Geneva Auto Show, we want to hear your thoughts.


2013 Ferrari California

Probably one of the less wanted vehicles in its line-up, Ferrari’s California isn’t giving up just yet. After a tweak of the car’s ECU, upgraded suspension components, and undergoing various aluminum manufacturing improvements, the two-seat cabriolet returns with 30 more horsepower and 30 less kilograms to help propel itself from 0-60 in a staggering 3.8 seconds. While already notorious for being the first GT car in Ferrari’s history to have an engine mounted in the front of the chassis, the now all-new California, debuting at the Geneva International Motor Show later this month, will certainly not be forgotten.

Via Autoblog