FERRARI F80, 2015 concept has 1,200 horsepower and goes 0 to 100kmph in 2.2 seconds !!Thats a beast.. Real fast..

The LaFerrari took the world by storm with its amazing engineering and futuristic looks, leading to many assumptions and excitement on how Ferrari will top this. Ferrari decided not to let their fans wait for long and shared details on their new 2015 Ferrari F80 Concept. The competition all over the world in producing the fastest sports cars have been heating up with recent releases of new and unique styles paired with high performance. For a long time the Bugatti Veyron dominated the world when it comes to top speed and overall power. But with the new and emerging models, breaking the Veyron’s speed record is bound to happen.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept

Ferrari’s thirst for producing stylish and high performance sports cars will surely show as the company announced that their 2015 release will be a 1,200 horsepower.

In detail, the Ferrari F80 will be powered by an awesome V12 900 horsepower engine, and when Ferrari’s KERS system is applied, overall power will then total to 1,200 horsepower. Though it may be still a hypothetical 1,200 overall horsepower, if ever this Prancing Pony reaches production, it can easily reach 62 mph in just 2.2 seconds, and an amazing 310 mph top speed or 499 k/h. This speeds can be easily achieved because of the mixture of advanced technology and raw power. With these estimate performance and speeds of the 2015 F80, it can easily compete with impressive super cars like the Koenigsegg One, which was predicted to be the next fastest sports car that could penetrate a 440 k/h top speed.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept

 

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