Geneva Auto Show: Ferrari To Launch A 1.2 Million Euros Supercar
|   Saturday, February 02, 2013
The Ferrari F150 is probably the most anticipated project of the Scuderia in recent years. For those who are not familiar with the code name of the Italians, it is mentioned to be the Enzo's successor, the future supercar from Maranello. It will be unveiled in a world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

Until then, a small group of customers of the Prancing Horse were invited to get acquainted with the F150 model. On this occasion, the first information about the sporty car appeared, which is developed to provide a total of 950 horsepower.
With such potential, we can talk about the most powerful Ferrari made ever.

The 950-horsepower are obtained using a hybrid system. It is composed of a V12 engine of 800 horsepower and a KERS system similar to Formula 1 which will sponsorship some 150 horsepower. Such an engine will be able to give a maximum speed at 9200 rpm and an impressive torque. Since this is a hybrid torque will be available very early, even at 1000 rpm.

To ensure that the appearance of F150 will be an unforgettable one for the general public, the Italian engineers have ensured that the 12-cylinder engine sounds like a Formula 1. Regarding the technical data, there is not much to say. Sprinting from 0 to 100 km/h in 3 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h in 7 seconds and the top speed is estimated at 370 km/h. The engine will be an evolution of the F12 Berlinetta's 6.3 liter unit, though it will benefit from the addition of Ferrari's HY-KERS hybrid setup to boost output and lower emissions. Ferrari claims a 10 time percent reduction in the 0-124 mph sprint, along with a 40 percent reduction in emissions compared to a non-hybrid solution.

In addition to an extremely generous engine, the F150 will also count on an enviable figure, which will provide a maximum of 1280 pounds including here on the electric motor. The chassis will be covered by a flat floor Kevlar, while the body is constructed entirely of carbon fiber. Magnesium rims will feature and a highly efficient braking system capable of stopping F150 from 200 km/h in just 115 meters.

With these attributes, but also with the talent of Fernando Alonso, the new F150 managed to set a new record of circuit at Maranello and Ferrari is likely to remove less than 7 minutes record at the Nurburgring circuit.
The recipe developed in the workshops of Ferrari will be exposed in Geneva, and will go into production this summer. Only 499 examples will be built, the first deliveries will be made in late 2013. Exclusivity will be assured as the small number of units, but also due to the very peppery price for a Ferrari. It will stop at approximately 1.2 million.

We eagerly await the opening of the Geneva Auto show to hear and see more about this model, which promises an entire universe of excitement.
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