Supercar spotter Marchettino managed to film a Ferrari F150 prototype at the Fiorano test track. This mule seems to be a complete prototype, ready for world debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, and boy does it sound good.
This is the first time you get to hear the F150’s V12 engine so clearly. There is also an Enzo making a guest appearance in the clip, so you can compare the noise of a KERS V12 to a normal one:
Ferrari F150 V12 is basically the same unit found in the V12, but it features some bespoke parts to make more power – around 800 hp – and a unique soundtrack. It also has a KERS system with an electric motor that makes an extra 150 hp. With a total output of 950 horsepower, the F150 is expected to make 100 km/h in under 3 seconds, and reach a top speed of over 370 km/h.