Ferrari has unleashed its epic Enzo successor, the ‘F150’, at its home track in Fiorana. Sporting less camouflage than ever, the prototype was put through its paces around the track.
The symphony of its 6.3-litre V12 engine is enough to set anyone’s pulse racing. Like the Lexus LF-A, the F150’s engine has been developed to sound like an F1 car and screams all the way to 9,000rpm.
It is also assisted by a KERS electric motor system. When combined, the powerplant dishes out around 700kW of power. The dash to triple digits is expected to take less than 3 seconds, while top speed is said to be approximately 370km/h (230mph).
The prototype can be seen wearing a pair of Ferrari 458-inspired headlights. It also features a quad-pipe exhaust system and twin circular taillights.
Ferrari will apparently only build 499 examples of the supercar, making the €1.2m fast metal super exclusive.
Full specifications will be revealed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show from 5 March.
In the meantime, feast your eyes and ears on the video below.