The hybrid architecture that https://sam.abuelsamid.com/2012/04/13/ferrari-files-patent-for-new-hybrid-system/ has now been sort of shown in physical form.recently described in a European patent application
At the Beijing Motor Show this week, Ferrari is displaying its latest HY-KERS system that is expected to go into production in the successor to the ENZO when it debuts later this year. Like the architecture described in the patent, this one features a main traction motor paired with the dual-clutch transmission along with a secondary motor at the front of the engine to drive the accessories.
While the patent described a car with a front mounted V8 and rear wheel drive, there is nothing about this hybrid architecture that limits it to any particular combination of engine location and drive wheels. The powertrain being shown in Beijing uses a V12 based on the one in the new F12 Berlinetta. The V12 is bolted directly to the transaxle as it will be in the rear-mid-engine F70/Enzo.
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