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Ferrari F70 V12 Renderings by David Williams (Photos)

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The Ferrari Enzo is going to the great garage in the sky, and car fans around the world have been eagerly waiting to see what Ferrari will replace it with as the company’s flagship vehicle. That highly-anticipated automobile, which has the codename “F70,” isn’t set to hit retail until 2013, and hasn’t been officially unveiled yet, but that didn’t stop artist David Williams from whipping up some pretty cool renderings of the car.

Ferrari has already released some specs, like the 800 horsepower engine driving the car in conjunction with two 120 horsepower electric motors.  It was based on this info that Williams produced his work, so his images of the car may not be exact replicas, but they probably aren’t very far off.

As for the official unveiling, it should be coming soon.  In the meantime, you can get an idea of what the Ferrari F70 V12 Hybrid will look like via the above images.

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