Italian manufacturer confirms it will unveil new Enzo at Geneva motor show 2013

Ferrari has confirmed that its new Ferrari Enzo will be unveiled at the Geneva motor show.

In total, three teaser photos of the car have now been released.

The new flagship hypercar, which will rival the McLaren P1, will have more than 800bhp and weigh as little as 1100kg according to unconfirmed reports.

Codenamed F150, the Enzo makes sophisticated use of carbonfibre in its construction.

With roots in the 2005 Enzo-based FXX track car, the new Enzo will use a development of the F12's 6.3-litre V12.

This will output 750bhp, with an additional 100bhp and 200lb ft expected to come from an electric motor.

Ferrari has not indicated a price for the new Enzo yet, but it's likely to be around £1,000,000.

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28 February 2013

than 750 horses from the V12. For a hypercar like this I'm betting it will be nearer 850 which will be topped up by the leccy motor.

However you must know that 1100kg's is pure fantasy. The F1 couldn't get to the magic 1100kg 20 years ago and it didn't even have assisted brakes nevermind electric motors and battery packs. Why do you keepcoming out with such nonsense?

1 March 2013

Loving the black prancing horse detail... can't wait to get the full reveal from both Ferrari and McLaren... then sit back and enjoy the scrap... Petrolhead (with added volts) heaven!

jer

1 March 2013

Do the best cladding/disguise in the business.

+1 in terms of weight ; 100 bhp is 7.3kwh. I read a Tesla S battery is 84kwh and weighs in at ~540kgs.  ~150 wh/kg. Any scientists or battery engineers around to confirm? 

1 March 2013

I have heard everything from 2823 lbs to 3010 lbs in dry weight....?

 

Rumors say that the McLaren's P1 is lighter..?

 

 

 

 

 

 

DJ Lukie

2 March 2013

 

PlanetFunk wrote:

I have heard everything from 2823 lbs to 3010 lbs in dry weight....?

 

Rumors say that the McLaren's P1 is lighter..?

 

 

 

The P1 will be lighter because it won't be carrying any personality unlike the Ferrari, Pagini or Lambo does

JT

5 March 2013

C2_Matt wrote:

 

PlanetFunk wrote:

I have heard everything from 2823 lbs to 3010 lbs in dry weight....?

 

Rumors say that the McLaren's P1 is lighter..?

 

 

 

The P1 will be lighter because it won't be carrying any personality unlike the Ferrari, Pagini or Lambo does

Same old repetitive crap about how McLaren's got no personality.

 

It's got plenty of personality. It's quiet, efficient, and it gets on with its job without making much fuss. It's just may not be the kind of pesonality you're looking for.

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