Ferrari F12 Patent Images Allegedly Leaked, May Be the Spider

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Ferrari F12 Patent Images Allegedly LeakedFerrari F12 Patent Images Allegedly Leaked
A set of allegedly leaked Ferrari F12 images have surfaced online, with theses believed to be coming from the Chinese patent office.
The images come from CarNewsChina, who believes we are treated with an even hotter version of the F12, the GTO. We beg to differ and it’s all the fault of the details seen in these renderings, which, by the way, may or may not be real.

Ladies and gentlemen drivers, we could be looking at the Ferrari F12 Spider. The first clue arrives thanks to the form of the A-pillars, which indicate a non-fixed roof.

Moving to the rear of the car, we find a setup that has become familiar thanks to open-top supercars like Ferrari’s 458 Spider or the McLaren MP4-12C Spider - that rear window may just be mobile.

While we’re hoping to get more details on the matter, even though the previous Ferrari leaked patent images “file” hasn’t been solved yet - we’re referring to the images showing a two-seat incarnation of the Ferrari FF.

On the other hand, this could just as well be a one-off. The only clue for this would be the multitude of rather bold aerodynamic elements, which wouldn't necessarily justify their presence on an F12 Spider -  as you may have noticed, Ferrari prefers to keep its designs pretty clean these days.

Via: carnewschina
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