Ferrari has recently announced that the F70 supercar won’t make its public debut at the Detroit Motor Show next year.
The Ferrari F70 is one of the most expected cars to be produced by the Maranello based company and while the supercar is still under development, news about keep popping up almost daily. A few weeks ago a rumor appeared which said that the Ferrari F70 will make its debut at the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit but not Ferrari is stepping forward and saying that the successor of the Enzo won’t be unveiled at the over-seas automotive event.
The Ferrari F70 will get a hybrid powertrain under its hood which will be made out of a large V12 petrol engine and two electric motors, mated to a double clutch transmission. The first electric motor will be used as a generator for capturing the kinetic energy and sending it to the lithium-ion battery pack and the second one will charge the auxiliary systems. The total output developed by the hybrid Ferrari is expected to be 920 horsepower, which will help the supercar accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds. Additional details on the model are limited for the moment.