In the public will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show, and it is interesting that the new model has not succumbed to the trend of turbocharged engines but it is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine.
Ferrari has released pictures of the long-awaited successor model F12 Berlinetta. Officially named Ferrari 812 Superfast, this model will debut at the Geneva Motor Show. It is the strongest serial Ferrari model, but also the only current Ferrari model (with GTC4 Lusso and limited F12 TDF) who did not succumb to the new trend of installing a turbo engine. It will be found under the hood a 6.5 liter V12 naturally aspirated engine power of 800 hp and 718 Nm of torque.
According to the engineers from Ferrari 812 Superfast than its predecessor offers even better handling.
Matched with the 7-speed automatic transmission with two clutches which has faster changes than before. This enables it to sprint to sixty in 2.9 seconds, while top speed is 340 km / h. Similar to figures like the F12 TDF, which is somewhat weaker but is 110 kg lighter.
Posture is also further enhanced because 812 Superfast has a “Virtual Short Wheelbase” system that uses the rear wheels for improved cornering (system already seen in the model F12 TDF, and has been processed for the purposes of the model 812 Superfast).
As far as the design is concerned, the baseline remained similar, but the parts are brand new. Thus, from the front stands out aggressively designed bumper with a massive grille and new headlights. On the back end there are lights similar to those on the recently-launched GTC4 Lusso. From a Ferrari point out that most visual elements had a purpose to improve the aerodynamic properties. The interior is similar with other newer Ferrari models, the 812 Superfast now has another touch-screen for passenger (seen on the model GTC4 Lusso). The starting price before tax will be around 280,000 euro. We believe that due to the fact that it is very probably the last atmosferca of Ferrari (at least in the next few years) 812 Superfast perfectly keep the cost in the future.