Ferrari Reveals New Specs Of Enzo Successor

by on Jan.04, 2013, under Car Accessories, Formula1

Some more specifications have been teased of Ferrari’s Enzo successor. The official website of the car maker has lately uploaded little bit of new information about the supercar.

According to reports published in the Ferrari magazine earlier, all the tit-bits learned in Formula One by Scuderia are packed inside the yet-to-be-revealed successor of Enzo. Now, the latest information on Ferrari’s website shows just how much the disclosure is true.

One thing that is not sure whether there have been changes made in the length or width of the supercar, but Ferrari says the target for the new “beasts” was “a reduction in height and wheelbase to match those of the 458 Italia.”

Ferrari F1 designer Rory Byrne has devoted three long years to chassis’ development. It is learned that the chassis in the upcoming supercar will be laid up by hand as each of the units have been composed of different carbon fiber types as well as cured in autoclave F1 monocoque-style. This may be one of the main reasons of difference in weight compared to the Enzo. Also, information on the website reveals the batteries and fuel tank will be behind the driver’s seat as it is found in a F1 car. The Formula 1 Safety.

The cabin of this supercar will be a personalized one. It will be just like the way the driver wants. This type of cockpit is rare in road cars where the seat is measured for driver’s comfort and then sets in a fixed position in the cabin. Apart from this, the pedal box as well as the steering wheel can also be customized to accommodate the driver. It is also learned that the feet of occupant will be at the same level as its driving position. The angle of seatback will surely be offering an extraordinary racy feeling to the driver.

The supercar is to be equipped with HY-KERS and a double-clutch transmission. It will be an evolution of 740-horsepower, 6.3-litre V12 presently seen in F12 Berlinetta.

As per Ferrari, the powertrain of it will make the car quicker from 0-to-120 miles per hour. It will reduce the emissions by 40 percent and will also improve other features like the brake force distribution and torque vectoring.

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