Ferrari's new front-engined V12 flagship is here, and just as incredible as expected. Dubbed the F12berlinetta, it features a 6.3 liter V12 sending 740 horsepower and 508 lb ft of torque to the sticky rear Michelin Pilot Super Sports via an F1 inspired seven-speed dual-clutch transaxle, which helps it rocket from 0-62 in just 3.1 seconds.
The F12 tips the scales at only 3,363 pounds, 360 pounds lighter than the 599 GTB it replaces, thanks to a new spaceframe chassis made up of 12 different lightweight alloys. Not only is the body lightweight and rigid, but it is also gorgeously aerodynamic. Pininfarina took styling cues from every machine in Ferrari's outstanding lineup, yet still managed to create an original looking car with a presence like nothing else on the road.
Function and form are fused together perfectly in features such as the downforce-generating Aero Bridge, blown rear diffuser, and the active brake cooling vents which result in the F12berlinetta being the most aerodynamic Ferrari road car ever built, with a drag coefficient of just 0.299.
Until the successor of the almighty Enzo arrives later this year, the F12berlinetta hold the title of the fastest, most powerful, and most aerodynamically efficient Ferrari road car ever built.