Originally Posted by JasonSpidey
Seems like the most likely choice to me. They showed off the HY-KERS concept more than four years ago - it was only a matter of time before the hybrid tech made its way into the front-engined V12 family for real.
Besides, "TRS?" It shares two-thirds of its acronym with "KERS." Now - who's gonna take a guess at what the "T" stands for?
If it indeed is a hybrid F12, I would say it's likely RS is an abbreviation for Recovery System. So the T should denote what that recovery system is a part of. Or it could be something Italian that I wouldn't have a clue about...
The SP cars don't seem to ever use the model designation which they are based upon, so this one will be interesting to follow.
Just thinking out loud...