The Ferrari F70 is the highly anticipated successor to the Ferrari Enzo that was build between 2002 and 2004. Prototypes of the Enzo replacement have been spotted testing in Europe, but what could the actual production version look like when the new model hits showrooms in late 2013? Well, Constantin-Gabriel Radu, industrial designer and current employee of Pininfarina’s German subsidiary in Rüsselsheim, has developed the Ferrari F70 design study show here.
The concept borrows elements from both the Ferrari 458 Italia as well as the previous Enzo, combining curves with hard creases and a teardrop glasshouse. If this design were to be produced, we would imagine that the car would obtain more air vents both on the sides and more importantly, on the rear end.
The F70 follows in the footsteps of the legendary Ferrari F40, F50 and F60 (Enzo Ferrari) supercars. In February it was reported the new car would feature a V12 with a maximum output of 588 kW plus an additional 88 kW from the KERS package. The body of the Ferrari Enzo successor will be made out of carbon fibre. Luca di Montezemolo, the Chairman of Ferrari, hinted the limited edition Ferrari will be the fastest and most powerful street-legal car the Prancing Horse has ever offered.