With the limited edition $850,000 successor to the Ferrari Enzo due in less than a year's time speculation as to what the "hypercar", dubbed the F70 (for now), will look like and run on is reaching a fever pitch. In the latest update, Ferrari Chairman Luca Cordero di Montezemolo has hinted that it could in fact be a hybrid with technology borrowed from the marque's 599 HY-KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) concept shown at the Geneva Motor Show. Di Montezemolo told Autoweek the nouveau Enzo "will incorporate the state of the art of our knowledge in terms of increasing performances while reducing fuel consumption and emissions. It will then influence all Ferraris that appear after it." Meanwhile, designer Radovan Varicak has come out with a convincing vision (above) of what the F70 could turn out like no matter what's under the bonnet. Looks good so far.
Gallery: Ferrari F70 by Radovan Varicak