It’s called F12tdf to reference the old Tour de France road race, which Ferrari won numerous times in the 50’s. Ferrari has produced a total of 799. The F12tdf delivered major performance improvements over the standard F12 in terms of drivetrain performance, aerodynamics, lightweight materials and, of course, chassis dynamics. The statistics for the F12tdf [...]
The successor to the Ferrari 355 Berlinetta and the end of the wedge-shaped era came in the shape of the Ferrari 360 Modena. Introduced in 1998, this model came with many novelties such as an all new aluminium space frame chassis allowing the car to be 40% stiffer and 28% lighter than its predecessor.
An unusual and rare example of a truly iconic Ferrari: a UK Supplied Ferrari 246 GT Dino, subsequently fitted with flared wheel arches and Daytona ‘chairs’, along with the wider Cromodora alloy wheels. Our car was delivered new to the United Kingdom. The car is finished in the classic Rosso red, with Beige Daytona seats.
A very rare, very special car! One of just eight right-hand drive cars made in a limited run to satisfy FIA homologation rules. The Ferrari 348 GT Competizione is a very different car to a production 348. It was built to meet FIA GT Championship regulations and is all about performance.
The Ferrari California T is a marked improvement over the previous version of the popular Ferrari California…… much sharper to drive, & much easier on the eyes also. The most notable improvement comes from the new twin turbo 3.9 V8 engine, which not only delivers immense driving thrills, sounds superb & is more frugal to boot … what’s not to like!
The 812 Superfast is, of course, the replacement for the F12berlinetta that was launched in 2012. It’s a front-engined, rear-drive, two-seat super GT. It is a layout that occupies a special place in Ferrari heritage tracing its roots back through the 599GTB and 550 Maranello to 365 Daytona and 250 GT.
In the course of its history Ferrari occasionally released a limited edition of extreme road-going sports cars that incorporate the leading technological and performance-oriented achievements of their era.