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2013 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Stunning Ferrari super GT

£154,950
Vehicle Features
  • Adaptive Frontlight System
  • Rear Parking Cameras
  • Front Parking Cameras
  • Premium Hi-Fi
  • Upper Part of Passenger Compartment in Alcantara
  • Carbon Fibre Driver Zone + LED Shift Lights on Wheel
  • Gloss Black Brake Callipers
  • Carbon Fibre Sill Plate
  • Exterior Rear-View Mirrors with Dark Colour accent
  • ‘Scuderia Ferrari’ shields
  • Cavallino Embroidered on Headrests
  • ‘Leaf’ Seats
  • Full Electric Seats
  • Sports
  • Internal Sill Panel
  • Tinted Rear Windows
Vehicle Description
Giallo Triplo strato with Nero leather interior.
27,852 miles
Full Ferrari History, just serviced at Bell Sport & Classic. Full PPF

Straddling the line between GT and full-blown supercar, the Ferrari F12 is a heart-thumping thriller with one of the best engines known to man.

If there is such a thing as a front-engined supercar, then the Ferrari F12 is surely it. While its mechanical layout mirrors that of a traditional Ferrari grand tourer, the execution is extreme, and closer to the smaller, lighter mid-engined cars from Maranello.

The F12's 6.3-litre V12 is one of the finest in any road car. Producing 730bhp at 8250rpm (it revs to 8700rpm) and 509lb ft at 6000rpm it delivers 0-62mph in 3.1-seconds, 0-124mph in 8.5-seconds and a top speed of over 211mph. Those acceleration figures put it ahead of a McLaren F1 and around Ferrari's Fiorano test track it’s faster than an Enzo or even the ultra-extreme 599 GTO.

Whilst the performance is pretty hardcore meaning the F12 is as thrilling as a Caterham 620R it offers an extremely inhabitable interior, and a boot that easily fits a couple of large cases with ease so this isn’t unusable – on the contrary this car needn’t intimidate or be overlooked for regular and pleasurable daily use. Whether GT or Supercar, this is still a car that, at heart, is dominated by its performance.

But what performance. And what drama.

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