When it comes to the highly-anticipated successor to the iconic Ferrari Enzo, there have been plenty of rumors circulating as to what the car is going to be all about. But today we have the best one for you: according to Autoweek the new supercar will develop an impressive 920 HP - making it a true competitor for models like the McLaren MP4-27 - the British successor for the McLaren F1 and the upcoming Porsche 918. And we also believe that the Bugatti Veyron should also have lots of reasons to fear, don’t you think?

But how is this possible? The new Enzo - or F70 as it is current known - will combine a 7.3 liter V12 engine with an output of 800 HP with a kinetic-energy-recovery system that will add another 120 HP for a total output of 920 HP. And considering that Ferrari has already announced a targeted weight of about 2500 lbs, we can only assume that the new Enzo will be as fast as hell.

But until we’ll have more details on the new Enzo stay tuned for the official unveiling of the new F620 GT.


Source: Autoweek

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  (596) posted on 03.1.2012

V12 engines always astound me. The speculated horsepower is surely possible as they stated it will be light weight.

  (594) posted on 02.28.2012

It is very possible for Ferrari Enzo to deliver an output of 920HP. I will stay tuned with this article to be updated on this Ferrari.

  (434) posted on 02.23.2012

Wow, it seems that Ferrari was not contented on their speed and output. Why they need to create a fast Enzo? I think it would still be fun for most drivers who have the chance to drive it.

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