/Confirmed: Ferrari F150 Coming to Geneva

Confirmed: Ferrari F150 Coming to Geneva

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Not that it was a secret, but Ferrari officially confirmed, through its magazine, they will unveil a new hyper car at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The F150, or the Enzo successor, will be revealed simultaneously at Geneva and Ferrari museum.

They can also confirm it is the first ever high performance road-going Ferrari to adopt the KERS system and hybrid technologies. The system they are talking about consists of a V12 petrol engine, a tweaked version of the same V12 found in the F12 Berlinetta, and an electric motor. It makes a total 950 horsepower.

Visually, the car is obviously going to be very seductive and fancy, and also aerodynamic without any ugly spoiler and what not. It draws inspiration from existing Ferrari models, namely the 458.

The interior is particularly interesting, with a fixed driver seat and adjustable steering, instruments and pedals. This is to achieve perfect weight distribution. The driver seat will tailor made to the owner.

Official details and pictures will be released, or leak, ahead of the Geneva show. So stay tuned.

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