About 2015 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta TDF
2015 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta TDF:
Along with the Daytona and F40, the Ferrari F12tdf is destined to become one of Ferrari's most illustrious road cars ever. It is less of a technical wonder than the hybrid hypercar and more traditional than the LaFerrari, but in its own ruthless way, it is just as clever. It is not a vehicle for the reckless or unskilled; in fact, it is challenging to drive, but it will always be fun to do so.
The Ferrari F12tdf's boot is certainly large enough for weekend baggage for two, so let's start with the mundane things. However, the car's other end has more intriguing features to discuss, most notably a 769 horsepower 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine. Yes, you read that first figure correctly: it is an increase of 39 horsepower over the normal F12; nevertheless, we'll return to this enormous engine shortly.
Ferrari has given the 799 Tour de France special editions it is constructing everything it has. The car's kerbweight has decreased by little over 100 kg, bringing the dry weight to a remarkable 1,415 kg (if you specify some of the optional lightweight parts). The front and rear bumpers, the underbody aerodynamics, and what Ferrari refers to as the Aerobridge, a clever gulley that directs air from the bonnet down the sides of the car, are all made of carbon fiber. Oh, and the cabin is also lined with copious amounts of carbon fiber.
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