Ferrari F620 GT leaked

Ferrari F620 GT leaked
Credits: gtspirit.com
27 Feb, 2012 5:53pm Luke Madden

First picture of the 710bhp Ferrari F620 GT reveals FF-inspired look

This is the first image of the Ferrari 599 successor, thought to be called the F620 GT. 

This clay model previews the design of the new two-seater, including the FF-inspired front end and scalloped flanks. 

Engine details are purely speculation for the moment, but it will almost certainly be fitted with the direct-injected 6.3-litre V12 used in Ferrari’s four-seater, four-wheel drive FF. 

That means the F620 will produce around 710bhp – nearly 100bhp more than the 612bhp 599 – but is also expected to be lighter than the model it replaces, thanks to lightweight materials and new construction techniques. 

Performance will be benchmark-setting for the class, including a 0-62mph sprint time of three seconds dead and 0-124mph in around eight seconds. 

Official details and further pictures will be released when the F620 is unveiled on 29 February. It will go on sale later this year with a price tag of around £220,000. 

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The KICKASS Ferrari! I love you!

You look greater than all the previous ones
Italian pride

FF inspired it maybe but it looks a lot better proportioned than that particular car. Can't wait to see it in the metal - or better still hear it! :-)

This Ferrari looks as though it's eaten a particularly strong wedge of blue cheese and can't bring itself to swallow it. What's the Italian for Spit it out ????
Or is it just sneering because all us Wannabes can't afford it?

So they borrow bits from the FF, and the front from the Lotus Elise Mk1, and fit it with an milk bottle crate grill.

I have no doubt it will, go fast, and handle well, but with the exception of the 458, do they actually make a good looking car?

If I win the lottery tonight would I order one? No, I'd rather have a Lamborghini or Aston Martin.

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