That text up there that reads “Ferrari Red”? It’s green. Red is the new green, though, as Ferrari has gone to great pains to prove in recent years.
To wit: since 2010, the Italian supercar maker has established itself as a leader in the race for automakers to curb harmful carbon emissions, and has promised that its upcoming “F70” hypercar would make use of the company’s F1-derived HY-KERS hybrid technology to deliver the cleanest, meanest street car in the company’s storied, 70-year history.
Just how mean will the Enzo-successor be? According to Autocar, the HY-KERS-equipped, 7.3L V12 drivetrain is tipped to produce something north of 900 bhp, which – coupled with the “instant-on” nature of electric motors – could be enough to strip title of “world’s fastest ‘standard production’ car” from the million-dollar Bugatti Veyron.
Autocar has a high-resolution gallery of Ferrari’s test mule that you can CLICK HERE to see. I’ve picked my favorites, however, and included them here. Enjoy!
Source | Images: Autocar.