Chances are if I say Ferrari, you will think Ferrari Enzo. It’s more or less true for the Indian public, especially the youth. The Ferrari Enzo is without a doubt one of the most celebrated offerings by Ferrari. And now the successor to the Enzo is out and about being tested and we have spy shots. What is surprising however is the fact that the spy shots have been handed out by Ferrari themselves. The images show a heavily camouflaged Ferrari F70 that borrows makeshift panels from the Ferrari 458 Italia to hide the cars body language and design. While the camouflage makes it hard to clearly tell what kind of the body the F70 will get, we car be fairly certain that will borrow its looks heavily from its predecessor, the Ferrari Enzo.
As per the rumors which are from Italy, the Ferrari will be investing 50 million Euros, which is around $ 62.2 million to create a new assembly line for manufacturing the supercharged V-6 engine and the all time in demand Twin Turbo V6 Engine. These engines will not be used in the cars with the badge of prancing horse emblem on the grille but will be incorporated in the power ranging, top car models of the car makers like Maserati, Lancia and Alfa Romeo. This is good news that Ferrari is planning to make an expansion in its business. The investment will strengthen Ferrari which is around the 17 percent of the companies’ turnover and will eventually increase the requirements of the human resource in the company.
Luca di Montezemolo, the Chairman of the Italian sports car maker, Ferrari has recently announced that the company will be revealing the new Enzo by the end of this year which is the first hybrid car ever of Ferrari; this will be available as a limited edition. This revelation is happening a little earlier than 2013 which was estimated before when a prototype was caught in lens doing test runs.