New 2010 Enzo F70 Ferrari : Reviews and Specification

New 2010 Enzo F70 Ferrari : Reviews and Specification

The concept is fantastic and just what Ferrari F70 2010 Enzo needs to put those Veyron likes where they belong, and as pointed out by vazirncars; Its sure Pininfarina will breath their magic and make it look as fantastic as ever. Let's face it, what ever Ferrari do next they are their own worse enemies with the 458 nearly eclipsing the Enzo, this means their new flagship has to be really special, and I am sure it will be. Consider the F70 a Caparo with a bigger engine and a bit more creature comfort. the "twitching" can be fixed thanks to the miracle of modern electronics and what Ferrari calls the Manettino.F1-style carbon fibre tub forming the basis of its MP4-12C supercar, so Ferrari wants to regain the initiative in this area. An overhauled and shrunken tub, carbon fibre body panels – plus carbon-ceramic brakes and a no-frills cabin – should keep weight to a minimum. Ferrari already heads efforts to reduce CO2, having slashed output by 10 per cent in 2009. It promises further cuts from its current 387g/km average by 2012.
But reducing body mass alone won’t be enough to achieve this. To slash CO2 significantly, the engine also needs an advanced design. The Enzo’s V12 will make way for a new direct-injection twin-turbo V8 – the same layout as in the legendary F40. Output is likely to be on a par with the Enzo’s 660bhp, but that lower weight should put performance on another level. Expect a three-second 0-60mph time and top speed in excess of 230mph. New 2010 Enzo F70 Ferrari : Reviews and Specification

A twin-turbo V6 is also under consideration, to replace the 458 Italia and California’s V8s. Yet before either unit is signed off, engineers are keen to eliminate turbo lag. The F40 was famous for the delay between throttle inputs and the arrival of a savage wave of torque. But Ferrari claims it won’t resort to turbos again until it’s perfected the technology to give the instant response for which its naturally aspirated cars are renowned.
Just like the Enzo, the F70 will be strictly limited to a production run of 399 examples, adhering to Ferrari’s philosophy of always building one less car than you think you can sell. But not just anyone will be able to put their name on the waiting list. Buyers will need to be personally invited by Ferrari to stump up the expected million (£600,000) asking price when the car goes on sale in 2010-2012.Ferrari’s new F70 will not only be faster and more focused than the Enzo, but smaller, lighter and more fuel efficient, too

source autoexpress.co.uk

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