Mike Stevens | Feb 25, 2012

Ferrari's upcoming 620 super tourer has been given an unceremonious online debut this week, surfacing on enthusiast website GTSpirit.com.

Just weeks from its official unveiling at next month's Geneva Motor Show, the brand-new Fezza was reportedly revealed at a private pre-show event.

Details for the new model, which will replace the 599 GTB Fiorano in the supercarmaker's line-up, have yet to be released.

Company boss Luca di Montezemolo confirmed last week, however, that it will be powered by an "all-new" V12 engine, producing more power than any production Ferrari before it.

It is likely that the engine is an evolution of the 6.3 litre mill that powers the new FF, and output figures to rival Lamborghini's 522kW Aventador are likely.

If a report by enthusiast website eGarage is to be believed, the 620's V12 will more than match the Lambo, delivering 552kW and 935Nm of torque. A 0-100km/h time of 3.1 seconds is reported - still 0.2 seconds off the Aventador's pace.

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