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Ferrari unveils fastest ever production car…behold the F12 Berlinetta [pic]
Posted by on Mar 2nd, 2012




The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.

My balls are tingling.

Ferrari have unveiled the F12 Berlinetta ahead of the Geneva Motor Show and it’s the fastest production vehicle they have made. Ever.

The naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12 throws out 730bhp which shunts the machine from 0-100km/h in 3.1 seconds and clocks a top speed of 340km/h.

Here’s the press release:

Announcing the F12berlinetta: the fastest Ferrari ever built
The first in a new generation of V12 cars unveiled exclusively on

Maranello, 29th February 2012 – Today’s on-line unveiling of the F12berlinetta ushers in a new generation of Ferrari 12-cylinders in the form of a car that delivers unprecedented performance from an exceptional new engine, combined with innovative design that redefines classic themes along with extreme aerodynamics.

Revealed to the world for the first time on in preparation for its official debut at the Geneva International Motor Show, the F12berlinetta, finished in an attractive new Rosso Berlinetta three-layer colour, represents the very cutting-edge of mid-front-engined sports cars.

This is, in fact, the most powerful and high-performance Ferrari road car ever launched thanks to the incredibly efficient engine – in terms of mechanical, combustion and fluid-dynamics efficiency – which, together with advanced vehicle architecture, aerodynamics, components and electronic controls, guarantee unsurpassed driving involvement whatever the road or track.” [more HERE]

I want one.

You can see more pics HERE.

Incidently the MegaMillions Lotto today is $108 million …that’s just over R800 million. I’m sure you could place an order to get your hands on the Berlinetta with that kind of money hey. Get me one too while you there. Don’t be a cheap ass…oh and you must pay for my insurance too…and maintainence. And petrol. That beast chows gas.

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