Ferrari has released one more teaser of its upcoming hypercar, known alternately as the F70 and the F150, ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut.
Little is revealed in the new image however, with only a cropped section of bodywork and the famous Prancing Horse shown. Earlier images have included a purportedly leaked front-end teaser, and a preview of the rear.
Like the Enzo before it, the focus of this new model is on speed and handling, with styling taking (a very close) second place to aerodynamics.
Ferrari remains tight-lipped on what the new model will bring to the table in its battle with McLaren's P1, although it is known the new 'Fezza' will feature a carbon-fibre tub, along with the F1-developed T1000 composite material in the doors.
Ferrari has already demonstrated the model’s revolutionary HY-KERS hybrid drivetrain, including a petrol V12 engine and a total output in the vicinity of 685kW.
The Enzo's successor is expected to weigh in at around 1270kg, and will lighten wallets by more than AU$1.3 million.