Ferrari officially unveiled the new F12tdf over the weekend at its Finali Mondiali festival at Mugello Circuit in Tuscany, Italy—all 770 horsepower of it. We’ve all seen the photos (even some out in the wild) of the new car, but now we get to watch and hear it come to life.
And we can’t forget the frontstretch donuts, because we all need a few of those in our lives.
The “tdf” in its name stands for “Tour de France,” and the new car ups the F12berlinetta by a little over 30 horsepower. This beast can go from zero to 60 in 2.9 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 211 mph. It’s meant to be a road car that’s great on the track as well, and naturally, Ferrari is only building 799.
With its track unveiling, we now know the F12tdf specs and the fact that it can turn some pretty fantastic donuts. For more about the car itself, go ahead and click on over here.
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