Ferrari's 599-replacing supercar, believed to be known as the F620 when it hits showrooms, will reportedly make its global debut in March.
According to German magazine Autobild, the new Fezza will be unveiled at next month's Geneva Motor Show, with styling drawn from both the 458 Italia and the new FF, while also hinting at the look of the brand's Enzo successor.
Recent spy photos have revealed that while the finer styling details will remain a secret for a while longer, the F620 will retain the traditional supercar profile worn by the front-engined 599.
Power for the 599 replacement will likely come from a more powerful version of the new 6.3 litre V12 engine that drives the FF, producing 485kW and 683Nm of torque in its regular form.
A seven-speed dual-clutch transmission should also feature, sending power to the rear wheels.
Keeping weight down will be a new alloy monocoque body, rather than the full carbon-fibre body expected for the Enzo replacement.
If a Geneva Motor Show debut is on the cards, all will be revealed in a matter of weeks.
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