See this is why everyone loves Ferrari, they simply don't care about anything except screaming speed. 

German publication Autobild is reporting that whatever Ferrari chooses to replace the F12 Berlinetta with in 2019, will retain the current car's 6.3-liter V12, albeit with upgrades.

It's not just that the F12 successor will retain its parallel 6-cylinder banks, but that they will remain untainted by turbocharging unlike its kin, the California and 488 GTB. However, it has been rumored that Maranello could electrocute the thing for extra spice.

With the most hardcore iteration of the F12, the F12tdf, kicking out some 770 hp, it's thought the new car could eclipse the 800 hp mark. And with it expected to show up in a lighter and more compact package, the thing could be an absolute mega monster.