Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots
  • Ferrari Enzo Successor Spy Shots

We're not genuinely concerned... yet. Though these latest spy photos show the latest version of Ferrari's next top-of-the-line machine out in the Italian public wearing embarrassingly ugly bodywork, we're still taking a wait-and-see attitude and holding out hope that the upcoming Prancing Horse hypercar is a stunner. If it ends up looking more like the F40 or F50 than the Enzo... well, that would be just fine by us, too.

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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      johnnythemoney
      • 3 Years Ago
      Go back checking previous Ferrari prototypes and do tell me they did resemble the finished production cars. 458, California, FF, just pick one. Although these shots are 99% of the time staged, it's called "camo" for a reason. I don't expect any part of this mules getting over the production version. Except maybe for the carbon fiber wheels (about time), definitely not the 458's headlights.
      superfortress.fifi
      • 3 Years Ago
      I'll wait for the finished car to show it's face, clearly the front half is either less completed or more camouflaged than the back. Those headlights are worrying me though, but at least there's no sign of that grille*cringes*.
      Karl T
      • 3 Years Ago
      The Enzo is hardly an attractive car, so it should be interesting to see what follows. Maybe a Maserati version will one-up it again, like the MC12.
      k_m94
      • 3 Years Ago
      If this homely prototype had the full 920hp and only 2650lbs planned for the production car, would you not still do dirty things in order to have a drive in one?
      A.Hirigoyen
      • 3 Years Ago
      i like the part where they talk about a car.
      Pappas
      • 3 Years Ago
      I liked it better when it was called a Zonda
      Schadenfreude
      • 3 Years Ago
      Oh...........dear..................lord...................that..................is............hideous
        Dean Hammond
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Schadenfreude
        yep, and that would have absolutely nothing to do with camo covering basically everything barring the headlights would it.....sheesh!
      Jonathan Wayne
      • 3 Years Ago
      We all know it is going to be awesome, beastly fast and we are all going to want it. There is no chance it will look like a California or an FF so it should be all good.
      da.kid1
      • 3 Years Ago
      It's heavilly camo'ed, just look at that front, it's the same one from that bloated mule we saw a month ago and since the rear already gained shape then so will the front some time from now.But don't get me wrong, I'm terribly concerned about the looks of this future stunner.
      Sol
      • 3 Years Ago
      Everything from the doors forward looks to be unfinished rough work or filler panels for testing the rolling chassis compared to the smoother rear half of the car
      mawhalen53
      • 3 Years Ago
      Ferrari continues to troll us with their F70 camo, I find this hilarious. Can't wait to see the real thing!
        ROLO
        • 3 Years Ago
        @mawhalen53
        no one is trolling you they are working. Let them.
      jonnybimmer
      • 3 Years Ago
      I know none of the body panels are supposed to represent the actual Ezo successor, but from the rear it has a very similar look to the Nissan R390 GT1.
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