The Italian based automaker Ferrari is planning to launch the so-called F150 from a price of 1-million euros, which is before taxes.
With just a couple of weeks away from the official presentation of the Ferrari F150, scheduled for the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, probably in the first press day, on the 4th of March, the supercar is ending up in our news once again, this time with the “help” of some rumors. According to the guys at Europe Automotive News, the final production version of the Ferrari F150 will carry a price tag of 1-million euros. This will be before taxes and this means that the supercar will cost approximately 1.21 million euros in Italy.
Rumors are saying that just 499 units of the Ferrari F150 will be produced and sold, which is basically 100 more than the number of Enzo supercar. The Ferrari F150 has an increased demand coming from Asia and especially China. The F150 is the most powerful road-going model ever made in Maranello and also the supercar will also get a powerful engine under its hood, the same one used on the F12 Berlinetta, producing 800 HP, helped by a KERS and its extra 150 HP. More details on the Ferrari F150 are limited for the moment and will be announced during the Swiss automotive event next month.
Source: Europe Automotive News