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.
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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