These are the latest pictures of the new Ferrari 599 GTB, which we've spied testing near the Ferrari base of Maranello, Italy.
Its disguise will come off at the Geneva Motor Show in March next year, but until then we have plenty of information on the newcome that's set to be the most powerful road-going Ferrari yet.
Following on from our earlier story this prototype shows that development of the new car continues apace. Beneath the complex disguise is the finished body – and you can already see that the long bonnet, short tail look of its predecessor. New features will include dramatic LED strip lighting at the front, inspired by the FF and 458 Italia.
Codenamed F152, it will feature a development of the FF’s 6.3-litre V12 direct-injection engine at the front, which will produce around 700bhp. It will be rear-wheel drive only, using a seven-speed twin-clutch transmission, with an F1-style electronic differential.
While rival companies such as McLaren and Lamborghini are using more carbonfibre, Ferrari will stick with aluminium to reduce weight. It has invested huge amounts of money in researching different alloys and has built a high-tech facility - and the new F152 will use its most advanced mix of aluminium yet.
It will have a development of the FF's aluminium chassis, but with a reduced wheelbase. Much lighter than before and with more power, expect a 215mph top speed and a 0-62mph time of 3.2 seconds.
The new 599 will go on sale in later 2012, priced at around £225,000.