At the Geneva auto show, Ferrari introduces its new F70, with an 800 horsepower V-12 gas engine boosted by a 120 hp hybrid motor. Since Ferrari screens buyers more closely than a New York City co-op, every single F70 built will be immediately driven into a private collection, and none will ever be seen on a public highway.
Management changes, backpedaling, and a new sales contender. Some automakers had a great 2012, and some would like to move on to 2013.
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