Ferrari enthusiasts, brace yourselves for the unveiling of Maranello's latest masterpiece—the Ferrari 12Cilindri. This two-seater berlinetta encapsulates the essence of Ferrari's DNA, merging incomparable performance with a sophisticated, sculptural design. Drawing inspiration from the legendary Grand Tourers of the 1950s and '60s, the 12Cilindri promises race-bred driving thrills with versatility.

Under the hood, the 12Cilindri boasts a naturally-aspirated V12 engine, producing an impressive 819 hp  and reaching a maximum rev of 9500 rpm. With a compression ratio of 13.5:1 and a specific power output of 128 cv/l, it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds, with a top speed exceeding 340 km/h. This setup ensures an exhilarating, adrenaline-fueled driving experience.

The design of the Ferrari 12Cilindri exudes elegance and sportiness, characterized by clean lines and harmonious proportions. It features a compact silhouette and integrated active aerodynamic devices, ensuring peerless performance on any road. Inside, the cockpit is adorned with luxurious materials and a glass roof, creating a sophisticated and comfortable ambiance. The innovative Human Machine Interface enhances the driving experience with cutting-edge technology.

Engineered on an all-aluminum chassis with a 20-mm reduction in wheelbase compared to its predecessors, the 12Cilindri focuses on torsional rigidity and weight reduction. It is equipped with advanced electronic controls such as SSC 8.0 and ABS Evo, along with four-wheel independent steering, which guarantees precise handling and optimal performance in every driving scenario. Furthermore, Ferrari offers an extended seven-year maintenance program, highlighting its commitment to quality and client service.

Stay tuned for more details on the release date and pricing information for the Ferrari 12Cilindri, which is set to redefine expectations for open-top motoring and confirm Ferrari's leadership in automotive excellence.
6.5-liter naturally-aspirated V12
819 hp
Top speed
211 mph (340 km/h)
0 - 100 km/h (0 - 62 mph):
2.9 seconds

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