Courtesy of Classic Driver


“The fastest Ferrari ever built” comes with a new high-performance 12-cylinder — an exceptional new engine and a ‘proper’ mid-front-engined format.

The F12berlinetta sports a 6262cc 65° V12 delivering up to 740HP and 690Nm of torque, 80 per cent of which is available from just 2,500rpm. Ferrari promises us “an unrelenting surge of acceleration all the way to the 8,700rpm limit.”

The engine is mated to the F1 dual-clutch transmission, with closer gear ratios developed specifically for this car’s performance. The result is a 0-62mph time of just 3.1 seconds, with the all-important lap of the Fiorano circuit completed in 1min 23sec – faster than any other Ferrari road car.

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2 Responses to “Ferrari F12 Berlinetta”

  1. F12berlinetta. Who the fuck got to pick that name? I don’t know but it must have been the same person who picked the engine. 12-cylinder engine, producing 730 HP at 590 lb-ft of torque on a 8,700 RPM limit powerband. That’s fast. 0-62 in 3.1 seconds fast. The best part about this car is the looks. I would cringe seeing that pull up behind me on a race track. And I would tear up when I see the business end pull away from me in the straights. Looks like the Lamborghini Aventador has met its match.

  2. wally says:

    Looks OK. How does it do in the snow?