We have been reporting in detail about each and every development associated with the eagerly awaited Ferrari F150. Ferrari has confirmed that the F150 will make its public debut at the fast approaching Geneva Motor Show and this means that the upcoming supercar is merely a few days away from its preview.
The Ferrari F150 will be the spiritual successor of the very famous Ferrari Enzo and is will be among the fastest road going Ferrari ever. It may be noted that the car has already been shown to a select audience and rumours are abound that the selected group consisted of 2 Indians among others.
Ferrari F150 will be priced at an eye-watering €1 million and this figure is excluding all the taxes. The new supercar is being expected to cost around €1.21 million on road in Italy.
The Ferrari F150 will be powered by a comprehensively updated version of the 6.3 litre V12 engine that is found in the F12 Berlinetta. In the F150, this motor will come mated to a Formula one style HY-KERS (Hybrid – Kinetic Energy Recovery System) that will boost the power output to around 900 bhp.
Only 499 units of the Ferrari F150 will be built and the car has been already sold out! The F150 will sport a carbon fibre chassis which will be made at Ferrari’s F1 headquarters.
It may be noted that the F150 will be sold with another name and the F150 will remain in use for official purposes only. Ford already isn’t too pleased with Ferrari borrowing the F150 from their popular pick-up truck.
Seen here is a low res shot that has been taken during the private unveiling of the car. This might very well be the final teaser before the car is publically revealed on March 4th.