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post #1 of 75 Old 02-29-2012, 03:42 AM Thread Starter
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This is it...the new F12 Berlinetta

The all new F12 Berlinetta

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


Engine
Type
65-degree V12
Total displacement
6262 cc
Maximum power output
740 CV at 8500 rpm
Maximum torque
690 Nm at 6000 rpm

Dimensions and weight
Length
4618 mm
Width
1942 mm
Height
1273 mm
Dry weight*
1525 kg
Weight distribution
46% front, 54% rear
Weight-power ratio
2.1 kg/CV

Performance
Maximum speed
over 340 km/h
0-100 km/h
3.1 seconds

Fuel consumption and emissions (ECE + EUDC combined cycle)
Consumption**
15l/100 km
CO2**
350 g/km
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the rear.......awesome car!
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HP's per litre displacement for naturally aspirated engines of F-cars have not changed much in the last 15 years.
Maybe soon we will see 8-10 litre F-car displacements for the ever increasing demand of power thru naturally aspirated engines.
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Not a fan of the hood scoop.

I guess it will grow on me.
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hhmmm....it looks a little too much like the FF...not sure I like it (yet).

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I think it looks pretty awesome.

I suspect some very cheap 599s to be on the market soon...

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It strikes a chord or two in me.
I believe that it is one of the better new designs and would rate it above the 458 and equal to the Daytona for sheer machismo.
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For me it looks like a pimped GTO fixed onto a squashed FF...

I need to see it in person first though, never liked the 599 until I saw it in person.
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...the performance are awesome: 740CV/3.1sec... o_O

...seems like Montezemolo decided to KO his rivals from all over the world, and you know what? me gusta! ^^

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The engineering is incredible - always slightly disappointed by the early models from Ferrari vs the end of production models.

Lots n lots of CF please!

IMO the only perfect out of the box Ferrari's are the limited production models which are made at the end of the runs.
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Anyone have any idea what the "keypad" thing is in the center rear (below the license plate)?
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The first feedbacks on the main Italian cars magazines (Automobilismo, Quattroruote, etc.) forums are very positive. The aggressive and a bit FF-like look is very appreciated too.

The F12 should cost around 270k Euro and, in Italy, an owner will have to pay 2000 Euro a year as road tax plus other 7500 Euro a year because it is a luxury car, plus insurance.

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I like it..Wonder what it will do to 550/575 prices

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Front splitter/diffuser looks to be straight from Japan.......I'm not feeling that design aspect at all. The profile looks......busy, not clean.

The best view is from the rear, IMO.

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Anyone have any idea what the "keypad" thing is in the center rear (below the license plate)?
Difficult to say...I hope it is not a sort of 'fog' light !

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Anyone have any idea what the "keypad" thing is in the center rear (below the license plate)?
It looks like it's a flashing brake light like the ones used on the F1 cars.
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It looks like it's a flashing brake light like the ones used on the F1 cars.
Well, if that's true, it will not be compliant with Italian road code.

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The first feedbacks on the main Italian cars magazines (Automobilismo, Quattroruote, etc.) forums are very positive. The aggressive and a bit FF-like look is very appreciated too.

The F12 should cost around 270k Euro and, in Italy, an owner will have to pay 2000 Euro a year as road tax plus other 7500 Euro a year because it is a luxury car, plus insurance.

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Mauro this is incredible, 2000 Euro street tax (here I pay for "D" and "F" together about 600 Euro's per year) and 7'500 Euro's for special luxury tax EACH year (her no luxury tax but full insurance on both cars for around Euro 4'500 per full year, means if you do not drive the car for 3 months during winter you pay 75% of it)?
This is just nuts and insane alltogether. It means a 10 year ownership will cost you 95'000 Euro's without driving the car a mile, not to mention the depreciation figure over time. I guess I would drive a Fiat Panda in Italy. I'm sorry for you guys over all of this but they really need to be brain operated. Sorry I love the italians but....!
I remember Onno had dreams of going to live in Italy. I guess he would be scalped with his great car park. Thanks god he decided opposite for the time being.
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Well, if that's true, it will not be compliant with Italian road code.

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...maybe this car will never see italian roads...
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