Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Unveiled: Photos and Video
The big news with this front mid-engined supercar is the new V12 under the bonnet. It’s a 64-degree unit, displacing 6262 cc and produces a mid-blowing 740PS at 8,500 rpm. Thanks to the liberal use of aluminum, it only weighs 1,525 kilograms, which is about the same as your average mid-size sedan. Weight distribution is 46% front, 58% rear, so it will be an amazing driveing experience if you can handle it.
Thanks to the specific wight to power level of 2.1 kg/hp, it only takes 3,1 seconds for it to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) and the top speed is “over” 340 km/h (211 mph), though with this much power, it probably does more.
If such things interest you, well tell you that with the HELE System, the F12berlinetta will get a fuel consumption of 15l/100km, and CO2 emission of 350 grams per kilometer.
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