Ferrari has demonstrated the HY-KERS hybrid system expected to enhance its Enzo replacement, due for a private unveiling later this year. The system combines two electric motors with a V12 petrol engine and a seven speed dual-clutch transmission, in a mid-rear engine layout. An earlier version of the system was first showcased in the 599 HY-KERS concept at Geneva in 2010, which used a single electric motor in a front-mid engine layout.
A replacement for Ferrari's retired hero car, the Enzo, will reportedly hit the scene late next year. According to industry paper Automotive News, the Enzo's successor will draw power from a brand-new V12 engine, while focusing on t... Read Post
The upcoming hybrid supercar war is heating up, and now we appear to have our first look at Ferrari's 900 horsepower V12/electric motor combo set to go in the F70 Enzo replacement. More » Read Post