If you’re looking for the craziest modern V12 Ferrari money can buy, forget the LaFerrari. The 770 horsepower F12tdf is the car for you.
The Ferrari F12 is mad. It’s supposed to be a gran turismo, yet it can outrun most “track focused” supercars using the insane power of a V12 and a thing called aerobridge. It’s a modern classic already, but Ferrari should totally ruin that by producing it forever.
While I believe there's nothing wrong with the looks of a Ferrari F12, even your most annoying neighbor can have one in exchange for about $320,000. That's not the case with Touring Superleggera's brand new Berlinetta Lusso.
Forget the three old chaps over at Top Gear, as it is clear now that our very own Chris Harris is the luckiest guy in the world. Here are two Ferraris, two Porsches, an Aston Martin, a BMW and a very special Renault to prove that.
German autojournalist Matthias Malmedia posted the above video yesterday, knocking on the door of 217 miles an hour down a public highway. The whole video is strange.
It's hard for me to explain everything wrong with Ferrari's newest car, the F60 America, but I'll try. In a word, it's a mess.
Ferrari gets us, man. They get America. They understand what we love: brazen speed, flash, success, putting the top down, and being awesome at everything. That's why I love their new F60 America, a roofless version of the amazing F12 Berlinetta built to celebrate 60 years of the brand in North America.
The Ferrari F12 has butterfly valves in the exhaust that makes it quiet at lower revs, loud when you open it up. But what happens if you take that valve out? All loud. All the time. Eargasm.
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has 740 horsepower. That's a lot, to put it lightly. And what better way to put all those horses to work than to make them charge up a mountain? The noise that comes out is truly glorious.
Corvette vs. Porsche vs. Ferrari. When tiny little gearheads go to sleep at night, this is the kind of battle they dream about. Fortunately, the folks at MotorTrend made dreams into reality with this incredible track test.
Covered in sand awaiting its fate in a junkyard in Sharjah, north of Dubai, is this nero pastello Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Did you say too much power, Mr. Clarkson?
What you're looking at is an order form for a $380,668 Ferrari F12. And $3,533 of that price is for the cupholder alone.
It can be sometimes hard to imagine just how fast a Formula One car is. You think "well I've driven a Volkswagen GTI once, and I can imagine it being twice as fast as that." If you want to know how fast an F1 car is, look at how calm Fernando Alonso is while pounding a Ferrari F12 around the Nurburgring.
This Ferrari F12 crash happened on the supposed temple of high speed public roads driving, Germany's Autobahn.