Ferrari Teases F150 with Lousy Shot, Confirms Geneva Motor Show Debut

When it comes to Ferrari and new cars, it's all about its select clientele and not the press or fans of the brand. The Maranello-based carmaker has already shown the new F150-codenamed successor to the Enzo to potential owners, but for the rest of the world, all we get is this crude shot that looks like a photo taken with a poor camera phone from the past decade.
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2013 Enzo F70 F150
Along with this single image of the Prancing Horse logo, Ferrari also confirmed what we already knew from other sources, that the limited edition special series will receive its public premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show on Tuesday, March 5.
What we learned about Maranello's hypercar after details from a private viewing were leaked online is that it will feature hybrid powerplant pairing a V12 engine red-lining at 9,200 rpm to an electric motor for a combined system output of 950-horses, and that it will tip the scales at 1,270kg (2,800 pounds), with pre-tax prices starting from around €1 million (US$1.31 million at today's currency rates).


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