Ferrari F620 GT spy shotWe're about five days away from when Ferrari will officially unveil the F620 GT, the front-engine/rear-drive V12-powered successor to its 599 GTB. As usual, the Internet can't wait.

An image of the F620 GT was published today on GTSpirit.com, who claims it was sent to them by a reader. The timing was fortuitous, as we also have an image of the F620 GT, supplied to us by sources who have seen the car in person. While not an official rendering of the F620 GT from Ferrari, it's the best look yet at what will be unveiled on February 29.

Our friends at eGarage.com were also nice enough to provide some specs, which come directly from Ferrari. The F620 GT's 6.3-liter V12 will produce 740 horsepower and 690 pound-feet of torque, making it the most powerful twelve-cylinder engine ever made by Ferrari. With a redline of 8,700 rpm, this powerplant will move the Italian grand tourer to 60 miles per hour in 3.1 seconds and 100 mph in 8.3 seconds. It's also lighter, lower and shorter than the 599 it's replacing.

With five days still left to go before Ferrari officially debuts the F620 GT, expect the Internet to continue digging.


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      k_m94
      • 3 Years Ago
      Somehow, I doubt that this wil make 690lbft. Over 100lbft per liter is impossible from a naturally aspirated road car engine, in fact the 458 is borderline insane at 88lbft/L. Being Italian, the horsepower is probably CV and torque is Nm. 690Nm is 520lbft max. Still amazing.
      RSS007
      • 3 Years Ago
      " The F620 GT's 6.3-liter V12 will produce 740 horsepower and 690 pound-feet of torque, making it the most powerful twelve-cylinder engine ever made by Ferrari. With a redline of 8,700 rpm, this powerplant will move the Italian grand tourer to 60 miles per hour in 3.1 seconds " I want to cry! 8700! from a V12!
      Smiley
      • 3 Years Ago
      Yawn. It's a good looking car but nothing that gets me excited. Where is a modern Testarossa when you need one?
        dodobird
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Smiley
        yawn indeed. the front design is too busy. looks like the designed said " yeah we could just take FF headlight, mix it with 599 grille and add some scuderia lower air dam. there, we're finished." and with all the 740bhp, the 0-60 is only 3.1 sec? aventador can do 2.9sec with only 700 bhp.
          KaiserWilhelm
          • 3 Years Ago
          @dodobird
          And All-Wheel-Drive...
          QCRamAir
          • 3 Years Ago
          @dodobird
          0-60 in only 3.1 seconds is impressive in any RWD car, regardless of if they have 500 HP or even 1000 HP. You can only get so much of a launch out of only 2 wheels. However, besides the unoriginally-ugly design (it's an FF minus the hatch), the 0-100 in 8.1 seconds, as quoted by AutoBlog, is undoubtedly slow for 740 HP moving less than 4000 lbs, and is highly likely to be about 2 seconds quicker to 100. The car has all the power and technology of a modern supercar, but the looks IMO are just awful and already outplayed, what with the whole "Pokemon smiley-face cartoon character" front fascia Ferrari, among other basic, affordable cars, have been utilizing on heavily these days.
      sstowes
      • 3 Years Ago
      Hmm... ~Ferrari 620GT = 6.3L V12; 740hp and less than 3,700lbs (599's weight) ~Aston Martin One-77 = 7.3L V12; 750hp and around 3,500lbs (wiki estimates between 3,300-3,594lbs) Granted there's a substantial difference in pricing and the AM will likely be the more bespoke of the two. But still...I wanna see the match-up. Or better yet, I wanna hear the match-up. If not in person ( /daydream...), in full, glorious HD with my multi-channel surround sound on full blast. And no techno/house music to interrupt the fury of Zeus and Hades in battle as they wail their war cries before duking it out for my car-guy soul. :-)
      masonperegrine
      • 3 Years Ago
      Well it looks just like the FF so I guess they have a design language going on.
      Christopher
      • 3 Years Ago
      The 599 had to grow on me, however this is outta the park, baby! Fire! Gotta 2 kidneys for sale here, for the price of one. I'll work it out.
      BlackDynamiteOn
      • 3 Years Ago
      0-100 in 8.3 is actually kinda slow Cars like the Audi R8 V10 and Lexus LFA do 100 in less than 8 seconds BD
        dodobird
        • 3 Years Ago
        @BlackDynamiteOn
        and autoblog, how do u compare 0-60 time? the gtspirit blog said 3 sec dead and u put 3.1 sec?
        k_m94
        • 3 Years Ago
        @BlackDynamiteOn
        I expect this to be able to hit 100 in less than 7 seconds, probably 6.5. The 599 GTB has seen 7.1 as the quickest, the 458 has managed to crack the 6 second barrier at its quickest, and the Enzo manages low-mid 6 seconds, despite 10 year old technology, down 70hp of this car, and at 3300lbs, not particularly lightweight either.
      diffrunt
      • 3 Years Ago
      generic
      QCRamAir
      • 3 Years Ago
      Oh look, it's a Pokemon-faced Ferrari FF, minus the hatchback. Ferrari may be charging forward with power and technology, but IMO they're completely losing it in the design department. *Bring on the angry pitchfork- and torch-wielding villagers and down-voters.*
      Johnny Trailerpark
      • 3 Years Ago
      Bam.
      • 3 Years Ago
      [blocked]
      italia
      • 3 Years Ago
      lamborghini es megliore di ferrari
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