Rumors about a successor for the Ferrari Enzo started a long time ago and while we’ll have to wait to get the chance to see the real car, we all can make use of this time by speculating. This timeRoad and Track comes with a new rendering of the future supercar, believed to be called the Ferrari F70.
The magazine believes that the F70 will combine elements from the FXX Mille-Chili lightweight concept, the 599XX track car, and the 458 Italia. The F70 will be a very light car with a total weight of about 2200 lbs. It will be powered by a supercharged V8 producing a maximum output of 700 HP. It will make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in less than 3 seconds, while top speed will go up to more than 230 mph. Considering the new 599 GTO has just become the fastest road-legal Ferrari ever built (with a lapping time on the Fiorano test track of 1 minute and 24 seconds), we expect the next F70 to offer us that much more. The F710 will also utilize the latest technologies in its direct-injected engine to succeed in better fuel ecomony and low emissions.
The Ferrari F70 will go on sale in 2012 and is rumored to be priced at around $1 million.