Ferrari is currently planning the development of the Enzo successor and the upcoming supercar might hit the market with a total output of 920 horsepower.
After the Italian based automaker will reveal its 599 GTB successor at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, and the model will be named the 620 GT, the company is also planning the replacement of the Enzo supercar. Even if there is no official word on this yet from the Maranello based automaker, the guts at autoweek.com are saying that the Enzo successor will hit the market with an impressive 920 horsepower output and the supercar will be named the F70.
Our source is also saying that the Ferrari F70 will be powered by a massive 7.3 liter V12 engine, which will actually be a further development of the unit fitted onto the 620 GT (F620), the 599 GTB replacement. The powerplant is expected to develop a total output of 920 horsepower, but there is no official word on this yet. The Ferrari F70 will be fitted with the KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System), which will help the supercar to generate an extra 120 HP.
The Ferrari F70 will weigh around 1,134 kg (2,500 lbs) and it will go around models like the replacement of the McLaren F1 and the Porsche 918.