Ferrari leaks image and videos of its 599 successor dubbed F620 GT

Article by Anita Panait, on February 24, 2012

Ferrari has leaked some bits of information and an image of its 599 successor on various Internet sites.  The super car maker released a darkened photo through its Web page, and video through its media site. Ferrari, however, released just a few details about the 599 successor, which is speculated to be dubbed as the F620 GT. 

The 599 successor will be a 12-cylinder grand-touring vehicle, and will have a power rating that might be higher than the current 599’s 612 hp. Ferrari is expected to announce details of the successor on February 29, a leap day. The 599 successor’s first teaser video shows clips of the car driving though the Fiorano circuit in Italy. The clips showed the 599 successor’s well-camouflaged body and a bit of the interior.  A subsequent video released Thursday shows the 599 successor being assembled at a Ferrari plant, in all its naked greatness – in unpainted metal.

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