What’s better than one Ferrari? Two Ferraris. (Unless you don’t like Ferraris, that is.) These two remind me of my cats at dinnertime, but they’re begging me to drive them rather than to feed them.
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.
The Ferrari F12 is an astounding car. But what's really amazing is the noise. It's ear porn. And hardcore, barely legal ear porn, at that.
How do you make a car like the Ferrari F12berlinetta, whose V12 engine has 730 horsepower, even better? If you ask me, you do it by making it louder. Anything and everything is better when it's louder.
When two insanely sexy Italian supercars duke it out on a racetrack, it always makes for some good time-wasting on a Friday afternoon. (Or any time of the day or week, really.)
We give Ferrari a pretty hard time around these parts for a lot of the things they do. But one place where we cannot fault them is their willingness to help out in cases of disaster.
About a week ago, Ferrari hand picked a number of journalists to venture to Italy and have a day with the latest car to come out of Maranello, the F12berlinetta. This is Ferrari's new V12 powered, aluminum bodied top dog. Ferrari promises that this is the fastest road car ever to be adorned with the Prancing Horse…
Too many Ferraris live incredibly dull lives. They rumble along some boulevard in the south of France at seven miles an hour, picking up glances on the way to some bottle service nightclub. This screaming, sideways F12berlinetta is not yet doomed to that fate.
When looking at the back end of the new Ferrari F12 Berlinetta we were struck with the belief that it looked like... well, something. But we couldn't quite place our finger on it. Until our good friend at IEDEI finally put his finger on it.[jump]
When Ferrari introduced the 599 GTB at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, they introduced with it a graceful and elegant piece of aerodynamics: Gothic flying buttresses for C-pillars. They are gone on the F12 Berlinetta, the 599’s just-unveiled successor, but Honda is here to pick up the slack with the NSX.
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The sheet's been lifted off the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta today at the Geneva Motor Show. Behold the most powerful Ferrari road car of all time. Gaze upon its 730 HP glory.
What's better than full photos and details of the brand new Ferrari F12 Berlinetta? Why, video of the fastest Ferrari ever built, of course. Watch Ferrari F1 drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa react to the car at Fiorano and then watch a CGI-y look from every angle.
This is it. The new Ferrari. And it's not called the Ferrari F620 GT. No, it's named the F12berlinetta. Yes, that's all one word. Whatever. Everyone's just gonna split those up and call it the "F12 Berlinetta." Or they'll call it the "F12." But who cares what it's called? We don't. All we — and you — should care about…
A reader over at GTSpirit has snagged the first live photo of the Ferrari F620 GT ahead of its public debut at next month's Geneva Motor Show.