Ferrari recently held a private viewing event in Maranello for their most special customers to come and take an early look at the new F50 hyper car, better known as the Enzo successor. As is the case with new Ferraris, this event means official unveiling is only weeks away.
Thanks to the leaked info from that private event, we now know that the F150 will boast a V12 engine coupled with a KERS system, for a total output of 950 horsepower. So it’s got the Porsche 918 by the short hairs there.
This engine is said to be loosely related to the V12 used in the F12 and FF, featuring a unique exhaust system that makes it sound like an F1 car at high RPM. It’ll take the all-carbon fiber super car from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds and onto a top speed of 370 km/h.
The F150 will only be available in three colors for the exterior, which by the way features active aerodynamics. Due to perfect weight distribution, the car comes with fixed seats, but adjustable steering column and pedals. The curb weight is said to be under 1,300 kg.
Ferrari F150 will be limited to 499 units, and cost 1.2 million USD apiece. It will be unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show sporting a new official name (F150 is the internal Codename).