Ferrari Enzo successor's homely visage spotted again
Compared to the last set of Enzo-successor spy photos we saw, this latest iteration looks much more complete and somewhat more integrated as a while. The extra-wide gaping maw is still there, as are radical fender peaks, doors that open well into the roof and dual coolers atop the rear wheel arches. Note, too, the impossibly wide tires at the rearmost corners.
As much as we'd love to share hard details with you, we're all just going to have to wait until the 2013 Geneva Motor Show for that. Speculation, though, is always welcome, and the rumormill points to a hybrid V12 powerplant with enough ponies for a 2.5-second sprint to 60 and a 250-mile-per-hour top speed. Stay tuned.
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