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2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Coupe!
Body/Doors 2 door, Coupe
Color (exterior/interior) Red / Black/Red
Odometer (indicated/real) 5,205 km/ 5,205 km
Engine V12, 6.3L
Transmission Automatic, 7 speed
Drivetrain Rear wheel drive
Serial Number ZFF74UFAXE02021153
Stock No. P15374
AM/FM Radio CD Player
Power Windows Power Steering
Air Conditioning Electric Mirrors
Tinted windows Leather Interior
ABS Brakes Alloy Wheels
Tilt Steering Air Bags
Climate Control Electric Seats
Adjustable Mirrors from Intermittent Wipers
Interior Interior Fuel Latch
Interior Trunk Release Tachometer
Remote Entry Traction Control
Power Brakes Rear window defroster
Warranty Class 6 Months or 10,000 km, whichever occurs first
The Ferrari F12 is Ferrari’s fastest road car ever. Quicker than a 599GTO, quicker than an Enzo. It is astonishingly fast – and not just in a straight line, either. It goes around Ferrari’s Fiorano test track quicker than either of those two as well. To say it’s quite something is thus putting it a little mildly.
Thing is, from behind the wheel, if you don’t clock the fact it has 730hp and can hit 62mph from rest in 3.1 seconds, you might be forgiven for thinking it was ‘just’ a replacement for the 599GTB. It’s that approachable, that friendly and easy to drive. It even looks elegant and, although beautiful, relatively understated with it. Until you dig deeper
Ease the throttle into the floor and performance is devastating. It can hit 211mph all out. Reaches 124mph from rest in 8.5 seconds (8.5 seconds!) – yes, this 6.3-litre V12 is exceptional. It also sounds blindingly good, an overload of aural goodness. The exhaust crackles when you back off in a tunnel are unbelievable. The double clutch gearbox is a honey, too.
The chassis is just as well honed. It has the fastest steering of any Ferrari, nearly a third less body roll than the 599, there’s a total lack of slack or slop and the whole car’s a clean and precise doddle to drive. Not as satisfying as a 458, maybe, but very rich and rewarding all the same.