Billed as the ultimate in Grand Touring, this Ferrari F12
Berlinetta is powered by a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine
producing 731hp at 8,250 rpm. Peak torque comes in at 6,000 rpm and
sends 509 ft/lbs through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic
transmission. The engine (code-named F140 FC) catapults the
two-seat Ferrari from standstill to 60 mph in 3.0 seconds flat.
Acceleration continues to 100 mph in as little as 6.5 seconds, and
the V12's power will carry the Grand Tourer to a top speed of the
211 mph. So special is the engine powering the Ferrari F12 that it
won the 2013 International Engine of the Year Award in the Best
Performance category and Best Engine above 4.0 liters. This example
is finished in Grigio Silverstone over Crema leather seats with
black Alcantara inserts. The aluminum bodywork borrows aerodynamic
technology from Ferrari's racing programs and is draped over a
space frame co-developed by Scaglietti and made from 12 different
aluminum alloys. Carbon-ceramic brakes and magnetorheological
dampers are standard on all F12s, and this car features 20-inch
dark painted wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
Additionally, this car features the famed Ferrari shield on the
front fenders and the rear Ferrari script and badging is painted
black. This Ferrari is highly optioned and has 14,339 actual miles.
CARFAX shows damage report on 07/21/2014: Damage reported, minor
damage, damage to front. From the Larry Winkler Collection.
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