Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
One of the most potent naturally aspirated supercars on the planet - and, thanks to ever-tightening emission, it may well be the last of its kind.
- Colossal power and performance
- Makes the best sound of all time
- Fastest dual-clutch transmission in the business
- Brutal acceleration, yet refined engine
- Exquisite all-leather cockpit and alloy highlights
Its 200-bar, 6262cc, 65deg direct-injection V12 motor is something to behold, colossal even. It generates a massive 545kW (731hp) of power at 8250 rpm (it revs to 8700rpm) and 690Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. And most of that is available from just 2500 rpm.
The rest of the F12’s performance set is just as impressive: 0-100km/h in 3.1 seconds, 0-200km/h in 8.5 sec, and a top speed of 340km/h plus. It’s truly astonishing how Ferrari’s engineers can extract this kind of power and performance without the aid of the latest-generation turbos or superchargers.
The bonnet alone is worthy of its own stand at San Jose’s Tech Museum of Innovation. Not only a beautiful piece of automotive art, but the ‘aero-bridge’ formed by the two ducts either side, help produce up to 123kg of downforce at 200km/h.
There aren’t many road cars that can claim to do justice to shift lights on the steering wheel, but the F12 is properly legit in this regard, where they’re a necessary accompaniment to such ferocious V12 firepower.
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