Ferrari F70 Rendered Again, Best Speculative Images Yet

We have seen plenty of spy pictures, official teasers and different renderings of the Enzo successor, also known as F70 or F150.

The latest renderings come from a talented artist named Josiah Lacolla and in short these are clearly the best speculative images we have seen so far.

In Josiah’s words:

“These images are my best guess- and using a slew of references ranging from the cracks in the mule-car camouflage to Ferrari’s latest form language and the infamous leaked plaque, it’s indeed an educated guess.

Taking a step away from other rendered speculations, this version makes an attempt to get into Pininfarina’s shoes, keeping the body as clean as possible while integrating all the necessary ventilation. The mule’s peculiar front fender/door intersection indicates the F150 will have a very open-wheeled look and feel. How close is this to the real fast-plastic? The wait to know will be over in less than three weeks.”

Enzo successor is rumoured to use a mid-mounted 6.2-litre V12 with around 800bhp and a KERS electric hybrid system for a combined output over 900bhp. 0-62 mph is expected to take less than 2.5 seconds and a top speed is likely more than 250 mph.

We’ll have full details in early March, when this new hypercar makes its debut at the Geneva Motor Show.


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