Ferrari F12berlinetta

Now, you have opportunity to configure your Ferrari F12berlinetta. You have opportunity to select various different colours, including the historical Ferrari colours from the past. Actually, I like them more than the contemporary ones! You can choose different wheels and different colours for brake callipers. Unfortunately, there are not many options available for interior.

And there are not list of options feature on this new Ferrari! I am pretty sure that, many things are on option list with a reasonable price tag :)

I did not make any typo, F12 Berlinetta is officially written as F12berlinetta.

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Ferrari 620 GT – > Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Sometimes leaked information inside the car companies may not be true! Similar to iPhone 5 situation, many people including me thought that new Ferrari would be 620 GT! But it didn’t happen like that, Ferrari released the information today and as you can see, it is F 12 Berlinetta.
Despite this branding confusion, this car is the fastest Ferrari ever built according to Ferrari. Actually, their all new cars are the fastest ;) This car is faster than any other Ferrari on planet at Fiorano circuit by 1 minute 23 seconds. 
Actually, V12 Ferraris are always my favourite and I was expecting to see the new car that will replace the legendary 599. And here it is, much faster than anything, looking amazing, has lots of Formula 1 technology. Also, it is only 1,5-tonne! Really light. And Ferrari placed a screen in front of the passenger side, it shows the speed and the engine rev! It would definitely reduce the curiosity of the passenger :)
Type 65-degree V12
Total displacement 6262 cc
Maximum power output 740 CV at 8500 rpm
Maximum torque 690 Nm at 6000 rpm
Dimensions and weight
Length 4618 mm
Width 1942 mm
Height 1273 mm
Dry weight 1525 kg
Weight distribution 46% front, 54% rear
Weight-power ratio 2.1 kg/CV
Maximum speed over 340 km/h
0-100 km/h 3.1 seconds
Fuel consumption and emissions (ECE + EUDC combined cycle)
Consumption 15l/100 km
CO2 350 g/km

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