Ferrari is famous for its V8 mid-engine high-performance sports cars but the Italian company’s heritage goes back further with its front-engine V12 Grand Tourer (GT) cars. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was a GT with supercar credentials rather than being just a luxurious grand tourer with galactic straight-line speed. At the heart of the F12 is a 6.3-litre V12 engine. Not only is it large in terms of capacity, but the engine produces breathtaking amounts of power at nearly 730bhp. What’s more, the V12 engine is ‘naturally-aspirated’ so it doesn’t use any turbo chargers or superchargers. Ferrari is also keen to point out that while it was the most powerful V12 it had produced it also emits less and consumes less fuel than the previous V12-powered model, the 599 GTB.
This stunning Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has only covered 1,475 miles. It is finished off in a special order aluminum opaco matt silver paint with red interior, a stunning combination. The car also benefits from rosso brake calipers sitting behind the 20” dark grey alloys with carbon fibre wheel caps. The other options include AFS front lighting system, carbon fibre driving zone with LED’s on the steering wheel, exterior sill kick plates in carbon fibre, alcantara headlining and upper zone in rosso corsa, contrast stitching, full electric daytona style seats with heating facility, premium Hifi system, embroidered prancing horses on the headrests, reversing camera, battery conditioner, scuderia wing shields, privacy rear windows and a tracker system.