The work on Ferrari’s new hyper car, allegedly called the F70, is going well. The latest batch of spyshots show the car on the factory floor, getting ready for a test drive, or rather a track test, with former F1 driver and current Ferrari test driver Luca Badoer at the wheel.
The car is still far from being complete – for one thing it doesn’t seem to have an interior yet – but technically, it’s all set. The F70 will be powered by a KERS-enabled V12 petrol engine. That makes it a hybrid, but it’s not an eat your green kind of hybrid.
It doesn’t have as many electric motors as the Porsche 918 and will be nowhere near as economical as the German car, but it will make something like 920 horsepower and will have a top speed of over 400 km/h. If that’s Ferrari’s idea of a hybrid, bring it on.
Also in the pictures you can see the car’s carbon fiber monocoque joined by the roof. The F70 will have gullwing doors, a bit more elaborate than those of the Enzo.