Ferrari F70 spotted testing in Europe
More spy photos of the almighty Ferrari emerge.
A Ferrari F70 mule was spotted testing in Europe recently, and it's now sporting a Daimler SP250 or '58 Packard look at the front end. Unlike the Daimler and the Packard, this catfish is long, wide and low. We're still expecting the F70 to be powered by a V12 with a KERS-like hybrid system.
The partial chassis Ferrari showed us at the Paris auto show makes it clear that carbon fiber will play a significant role, keeping the Enzo replacement at or near its 2,500-pound goal weight. The mule above seems to be running similar headlights to those we saw in a set of teaser images released by Ferrari last year, and the general shape seems to line up with those images, as well.
Click "More" below to see the cloaked F70 a little closer.
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