F70 this name means Ferrari is celebrating something, the past and the future. Ten years after the Enzo, we’re going to get anouther hypercar, this time a 7.3-liter hybrid monster which we know very little else about. In 1984, Ferrari built a radically modified twin-turbo 308 GTB with an eye toward Group B road-racing rules.
Porsche countered the resultant 288 GTO with the mighty 959, which launched at about the same time as the 288's successor, the practically skeletal and infinitely loopier F40. Aerodynamics were improved with a full front splitter, a larger double segment rear wing and a huge ground-hugging lower rear air venturi. Power was increased to 620hp at 7,500rpm with 39mm restrictors. Weight was very light at 1,100kg. And for those who want to go really fast, 800hp is possible with the restrictors removed.