The Ferrari Enzo replacement - internally codenamed F150 - has been teased in the latest edition of the firm’s in-house Ferrari Magazine.
The pictures show the nose of the car, which features Ferrari FF-style swept-back headlights, a sculpted bonnet, with creases which taper forward creating the effect of an F1-style nosecone.
There is also a teaser of the car’s rear for the first time, which shows the supercar’s double-bubble roof, donut-shaped tail-lights, wide rear wheelarches and large centre-mounted exhaust, which sits in between the F150’s F1-inspired diffuser.
Ferrari has already shown the carbon-fibre chassis of the F150 at this year’s Paris Motor Show, and confirmed that the firm is using the expertise of legendary Ferrari F1 engineer, Rory Byrne, in the road-car project.
The Enzo replacement will use a 7.3-litre V12 coupled to an electric motor, which will combine to produce more than 900bhp – eclipsing not only its chief rival, the 784bhp Porsche 918, but also the original 650bhp Ferrari Enzo.
This means a 0-62mph time of less than three seconds and a top speed in excess of 220mph. It will also use a double-clutch gearbox and ceramic brakes.