The long-awaited successor for the Ferrari Enzo has the entire auto industry buzzing, simply because any vehicle set to follow the ’world’s most iconic car’ has some pretty huge shoes to fill.
Well, as early as now, we’ve gotten word on a few details surrounding the Enzo successor, some of which were confirmed by no less than company CEO, Amedeo Felisa.
According to Felisa, the Enzo successor will use a carbon fiber chassis - similar to the Enzo and another Ferrari supercar, the F50. In addition to that, the supercar will also feature a mid-mounted V12 engine that will be developed to produce insane performance numbers, even for the lofty standards of the Enzo.
The Enzo successor is set to make its debut in about a year’s time, which means that all of us have a little more than 12 months to get primed and ready for Ferrari’s new ultimate supercar.
Bugatti and Koenigsegg, you two have been warned.