Ferrari F12 Pricing and Specs
Ferrari’s F12 arrived as a successor to the much-admired 599 in 2012, standing as the famous Italian brand’s GT flagship. Like its predecessor, the F12 is powered by a front-mid mounted, naturally aspirated V12 engine. In this case a 6.3-litre unit sending 544kW/690Nm to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. It remained on sale here until 2017.
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