After teasing us for weeks, Ferrari has take the wraps off the F12 Berlinetta – the fastest road vehicle it's ever made, with a maximum speed of 340km an hour and skills of 0-100km in just 3.1 seconds.
The two seater boasts a 740hp V12 with direct fuel injection – so we can expect an engine that sounds like it's on steroids.
The F12 Berlinetta is a successor to the 599 GTB, again featuring a beautiful aluminium chassis. But this time Ferrari has gone alloy-crazy, using 12 different aluminium mixes to create a car that is 70 pounds lighter than the 599. The F12 Berlinetta also features a dual-clutch gearbox and carbon-ceramic brakes for super-responsive stops.
Ferrari's website crashed when the announcement was made, so we're pretty sure demand for the F12 Berlinetta is going to be high. And when it looks this good, who wouldn't want one?
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