The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta’s E-Diff is there to keep things straight and true, but when you put the mannetino into the “all hell brakes loose” position, the differential works to punish the rear tires in a brilliant way.
When you’re done fooling around with the throttle, Ferrari’s F12 makes a brilliant GT. We’re cruising in seventh gear now. However, this is a direct drive, not an overdrive, so you can still kick it when you feel like doing so.
Yes, this Ferrari is even meaner than it looks. In real life, the F12 looks even better than it does in the pictures. Dress this thing in a light color and you’ll end up with an attention magnet.
Since the cabin of the Ferrari F12 can only hold two passengers, it treats them with quite a lot of respect. There’s even a boot that can go all the way up to 17.6 cubic feet (500 liters). And there’s more, but we’ll go into the details in our Ferrari F12 Berlinetta test drive.