Since Ferrari has decided to make us wait a little bit longer by not bringing the new F70 F70 to the Detroit Auto Show, we’ll just have to be satisfied with the details we can get on the upcoming supercar. Today, we have a series of new images that reveal some details of the interior and the car’s carbon monocoque.
The next F70 will be powered by a V-12 engine with an F1-inspired KERS system that will pump out a combined 920 horsepower. This power, combined with a total weight of less than 2,500 pounds, will easily sprint the car to speeds of up to 250 mph.
It is rumored that the Enzo successor will be making its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show, which kicks off in March 2013. When it finally hits the market, the new Ferrari F70 will cost about €1.5 million (roughly $1.9 million at the current exchange rates).