The Ferrari 812 Superfast (Type F152M) is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer produced by Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari that made its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The 812 Superfast is the successor to the F12berlinetta.
Why is it called 812 Superfast?
For the 812 Superfast, the numeric part of the grand tourer’s name was well spelled out by Ferrari; the 8 relates to the car’s engine output of 800 “cavalli vapore” (Italian for horsepower), while the 12 is the cylinder count, being a V12 car.
Is the 812 Superfast worth it?
Great for press, but its horrible for loyalty. The 812 Superfast is once again a front- engine V12 Ferrari that is too fast… but there are other issues as well. The price tag is now twice that of a used, low-mileage F12, making it an extremely bad investment as a collector and as an enthusiast.
Is 812 Superfast V12?
The 812 Superfast is the successor to the F12berlinetta.
|Ferrari 812 Superfast|
|Engine||6.5 L F140 GA V12|
|Power output||800–830 PS (588–610 kW; 789–819 hp)|
|Transmission||7-speed Magna 7DCL750 dual-clutch|
Which car has the fastest 0 to 60 time?
The Koenigsegg Gemera is the world’s quickest production car that hits the 0-60 mph mark within 1.9 seconds.
Is the 812 Superfast sold out?
Ferrari will build just 999 examples of the wild new 812 Competizione, and even fewer of its sister car, the Competizione ‘Aperta’ – just 599 of those will be built. And, to literally nobody’s surprise, both models have sold out.
Who owns Ferrari now?
Will there be an 812 TDF?
Ferrari tends to redesign or update its models every five years or so, and with the 812 Superfast arriving in 2017 and due to bow out at the end of 2022, a debut of this hardcore variant this year is a strong possibility.