Ferrari 12Cilindri Revealed: V12 Power and Grand Touring Excellence

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Ferrari 12Cilindri Revealed
Ferrari 12Cilindri Revealed

Just ahead of the Miami GP weekend, Ferrari revealed the highly anticipated successor to the 812 series, dubbed the 12Cilindri. Boasting a familiar 6.5-liter V12 engine, the super grand tourer promises exhilarating performance and advanced technology.

Under the hood lies the F140HD V12 engine, delivering an impressive 830 horsepower and 678 Nm of torque. Paired with an eight-speed transmission from Magna, the 12Cilindri accelerates with remarkable agility, reaching a top speed exceeding 340 kilometers per hour.

Unlike the hybrid-powered 296, the 12Cilindri relies solely on its potent V12 engine for propulsion. With a focus on pure performance, the 12Cilindri achieves impressive acceleration, reaching 100 kilometers per hour in just 2.9 seconds for the coupe and 2.95 seconds for the spider variant.

Ferrari 12Cilindri Revealed
Ferrari 12Cilindri Revealed (Credit: Ferrari)

Featuring a retractable hard top, the 12Cilindri Spider offers open-air driving thrills with the convenience of a versatile roof mechanism. The roof can be operated at speeds of up to 45 kilometers per hour and retracts in just 14 seconds, providing an exhilarating driving experience.

Equipped with advanced driving aids such as four-wheel steering and Side Slip Control 8, the 12Cilindri delivers unparalleled handling and stability. With a range of customization options and premium features, including a digital instrument cluster and touchscreen infotainment system, the 12Cilindri offers a luxurious driving experience.

Scheduled for delivery in late 2024, the 12Cilindri represents the pinnacle of Ferrari’s engineering prowess and performance heritage. With a starting price of €395,000 for the coupe and €435,000 for the spider, the 12Cilindri embodies the ultimate expression of Italian automotive excellence.

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