Any guesses on power? Since Lamborghini is pretty much king with the Aventador right now at 700 I bet this thing will have close to 800.
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This is crazy talk.
So this is the F599 successor, and it'll be ~850hp.
So that'll make it the most powerful Ferrari ever for what, a year? The Enzo successor will, naturally, be more powerful still, and it's near on the horizon from what everyone's saying. Didn't some thread yesterday say 920hp including KERS?
I wonder if the 850hp or whatever in the 599 includes KERS. That's sort of cheating IMO, given that it's only available for a limited time and then has to recharge.
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850 hp? No way. More like between 700-750. The Enzo replacement though I can see closing in on 800 hp. What Ferrari probably meant to state in the teaser is that it's the "Most powerful road-legal Ferrari ever". But of course that doesn't sound as cool.
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"The rear-wheel-drive Ferrari F620 GT will supposedly receive the 6.3-liter V12 engine with output prancing at 740 HP and mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
The new stallion's expected to go from 0 to 62 MPH in three seconds flat and double that in just 8.5 seconds.
That'd be four tenths of a second faster than the 700 HP Lamborghini Aventador."-Jalopnik