Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
The Ferrari is a Gran Turismo F12berlinetta of the Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari, which is sold in 2013 as a successor to the Ferrari 599. He has a street legal and is to be the fastest approved for use on public roads, according to Ferrari Ferrari ever produced (based on the lap time on the home track in Fiorano).
According to the Federal Motor Vehicle Office, a total of 37 Ferrari F12 were from October to December 2012 New approved in Germany, of which 29 vehicles by commercial holder.
The F12berlinetta is equipped with a 6.3-liter V12 engine developing 544 kW (740hp) at 8250/min to 2012, making it the most powerful road-going Ferrari. The maximum torque of 690 Nm is available at 6000 min-1 available. The car has a semi-automatic dual clutch transmission and rear wheel drive. It accelerates in 3.1 seconds from 0 to 100km/h in 8.5 seconds to 200km/h and to a Top speed of 340km/h, which thus behind that of the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari remains, which was measured with 355km/h. The site test track at Fiorano circumnavigated the F12 in 1:23 minutes, so almost two seconds faster than the Enzo.