The Ferrari F80 Concept Harnesses a Twin-turbo Hybrid V8

A 1,200 HP successor to the LaFerrari
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Image via Adriano Raeli

Image via Adriano Raeli

Italian designer Adriano Raeli let his imagination run wild with release of his Ferrari F80 Concept, imagined as a successor to the famed LaFerrari. Shaped with a long nose and a wind-funneling rear, Raeli went big with the decision to utilize a Ferrari KERS twin-turbo hybrid V8 engine with an estimated 1,200HP in place of Maranello's prior V12. With all those horses, Raeli expects a 2.2-second 0-62mph time and a top speed of 310mph, some of the fastest specs of any production car out there - assuming it moves from the concept stage. Learn more about Raeli's Ferrari F80 Concept in the gallery below and on his own design homepage.