Think the 458 Italia and F12 Berlinetta are impressive? Just wait until the rest of this camouflage comes off and Ferrari unveils the successor to the Enzo.
Ferrari is looking to captivate the Paris Motor Show with a new Enzo-replacing hybrid supercar currently known only as the F70. The new model has just been spotted again on the roads, this time just outside the automaker's HQ in Maranello.
The supercar prototype captured on film by Speedspot is still wearing its egregious whale-mouthed camouflage, however the sides, mirrors and air scoops are all more visible now. The successor to the mighty Enzo is tipped to pack a 6.5-liter V12 engine supplemented by a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (F1-speak for "hybrid") to deliver around 900 horsepower. Burdened by less than 1,000 kg (2,200 lbs), the F70 promises to deliver epic performance figures and emerge as a fitting replacement to the legendary Enzo - as well as the F50 and F40 that came before.