Ferrari F12XX Rendered as Customer Racecar, Looks Savage

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Ferrari's Corse Clienti (customer racing program) is more popular than ever, so it doesn't come as a surprise that the Internet has used this as inspiration for a fresh render.
As anybody who spends a bit of time on social media these days is well aware, renders are the trend nowadays. After all, who wouldn't want to see dreams coming as close to reality as possible with just the help of some pixels?

Well, the rendering that brought us here portrays a fictional Ferrari customer racecar, one that's based on the F12 Tour De France.

Sure, the Italian automotive producer might have moved on to the 812 Superfast, but the way in which the F12 TDF keeps its driver on his or her toes makes this special edition impossible to forget. So perhaps this is why carnewsnetwork, the label behind the render, chose this as a starting point for the pixel play.

The resulting F12XX is the kind of machine that could keep one staring at the screen for quite a while.

It's worth noting that Ferrari only uses a two-step scheme for the said program. In other words, street models are modded to become racecars, without this resulting in road-going special editions based on the latter.

And while we're talking about the kind of adventures that take place in the Ferrari customer racing realm, here's an example for you: this collector keeps his F12 TDF and FXX K Evo underneath covers that perfectly match the specs of the machines. And the said covers seem to have been a gift.

P.S.: Make sure to use the swipe feature of the Instagram post below, since there's also a second image to check out. The latter showcases the "standard" Ferrari F12 TDF, so you can easily compare this to its imaginary XX sibling.

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