The Ferrari F150 front end teaser

New Ferrari Enzo successor (F70/F150) details surface from private company event

It seems as though the folks at Ferrari recently held a private and very exclusive event to preview the Ferrari Enzo replacement to a very select group of people who are likely very wealthy and while there are still many questions on the car that could be called the F70 or the F150 – a leak from the event has provided us with what seem to be more concrete numbers on the newest Italian supercar.
The Ferrari F150 test mule

Official information arrives on the Ferrari F150 via the company website

A couple of weeks ago we brought you the first high quality group of teasers of the car that will replace the mighty Ferrari Enzo including shadowy shots of the front and rear end along with the first appearance of what appears to be the official name – the Ferrari F150 – and now a bit of information has been posted on the company website.
The Ferrari F150 teasers

Ferrari Magazine issues new teasers of the Enzo replacement - now called the F150

The 19th issue of the Official Ferrari Magazine is packed full of all of the usual Italian supercar and racecar information but the key feature of the newest virtual magazine is the best look that we have seen thus far of the new Ferrari Enzo replacement due to arrive sometime this year – a car which the Ferrari Magazine refers to as the F150.
The 2014 Maserati Quattroporte

Twin turbo V6, twin turbo V8 to power 2014 Maserati Quattroporte

Some early specifications on the 2014 Maserati Quattroporte have surfaced via the folks at Autocar including a pair of Ferrari engineered engines packing twin turbochargers, an 8-speed automatic transmission and an optional all wheel drive system – offering us a glimpse into what to expect when this four door Italian supercar debuts at the Detroit Auto Show early next year.
The 2002 Enzo Ferrari

Enzo-heir Ferrari F70 hybrid hypercar to debut in Detroit

When the Ferrari F70 arrives, it will serve as the technical successor to the famed Enzo Ferrari while also being the most powerful road car ever built by the Italian automaker and while many expected that it would make its global, public debut in Europe – Ferrari has confirmed that the new hybrid hypercar will formally be unveiled at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.