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2015 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta


(The F12 Berlinetta was named “The Supercar of the Year 2012″ by car magazine Top Gear. The naturally aspirated V12 engine used in the F12 Berlinetta won the 2013 International Engine of the Year Award in the Best Performance category and Best Engine above 4.0 litres.)

● Color: Bianco Avus
● Engine: Naturally Aspirated Front-Engine 6.3L V12
● Transmission: RWD 7-speed F1 Dual-Clutch Transmission
● Suspension: Magnetorheological Suspension Control
● Power: 731 hp @ 8,250 rpm with 509 lb/ft of torque
● 0-60 mph: 3.1 sec
● Top Speed: 211 mph
● Curb Weight: 3,948 lbs. (with fluids)
● Brakes: Brembo-developed Carbon-Ceramic Brakes (15.7in front, 14.2in rear)
● Virtual Short Wheelbase: Innovative rear-wheel steering system
● Extensive Interior, Exterior, and Engine Bay Carbon Fiber options
● Wheels: Velos Designwerks 22″ rear 21” front
● Suspension: Novitec lowering springs
● Exhaust: Frequency Intelligent Valvetronic Exhaust System

Fun Fact: Today’s Ferraris come in colors ranging from bright yellow to soft metallic grey to white seen on this F12, but originally they were all red. That wasn’t Enzo Ferrari’s decision, however. Red was the color that the International Automobile Federation (FIA) assigned to all Italian Grand Prix race cars in the early years of auto racing. And most people still overwhelmingly choose red as the color for their Ferrari; the color represents 45 percent of Ferraris sold.