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Rent Ferrari F12berlinetta in Europe
When Maranello announced the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta on the eve of the 2012 Geneva motor show, its billing as the fastest road-going Ferrari ever made, either in terms of bald acceleration or around the firm’s Fiorano handling
circuit, or indeed anywhere, was formidable. Overshadowed or not, though, the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is a landmark in its own right, and having been to Italy to sample it, witnessed it disdainfully dismiss the equivalent
Lamborghini in a comparison test and seen it come painfully close to scooping our 2013 Best Driver’s Car title, it’s time to get well and truly under this car’s ingeniously sculpted aluminium skin.
Where to begin? Let’s start with the V12. Similar in size to the Ferrari FF's engine but significantly re-engineered to produce more power, rev higher and ensure much quicker throttle response. It produces an almost
unbelievable 730bhp at 8250rpm (it revs to 8700rpm) and 509lb ft at 6000rpm. All that mumbo is transmitted to the 315-section rear tyres via a 7-speed dual clutch transaxle and Ferrari’s E-Diff – the 599 made do with a
single clutch ‘box and a normal mechanical limited slip differential. The results are startling: 0-62mph in 3.1-seconds, 0-124mph in 8.5-seconds and a top speed of over 211mph. Those acceleration figures put it ahead of a
McLaren F1. Around Fiorano it’s faster than an Enzo or even the ultra-extreme 599 GTO. Of course there’s so much more. The F12 gets the latest evolution of Ferrari’s adaptive magnetorheological dampers (SCM-E), which react much
more quickly, improved carbon-ceramic brakes and, as ever, the relentless evolution of the many traction and stability systems sees huge gains in control and speed. Then there’s the already famous ‘aero-bridge’ – ducts set into
the front wings – which reduces drag and improves downforce, plus active brake cooling ducts that only open when the discs are getting really hot, to reduce drag. The list of technical highlights is almost endless. Ferrari has
retained an aluminium chassis for the F12 but new materials increase stiffness and reduce weight.
Ferrari’s claim to have increased cabin space in spite of the Ferrari F12’s reduction in overall size is borne out by first impressions. Your backside seems to drop a long way into the leather sports seat, which, despite its
thin and purposeful appearance, is not only supportive but also perfectly comfortable over long distances. Your legs stretch out very straight in front of you, your heels ending up at almost the same level as your hips and,
even if you’re taller than average, your scalp will be comfortably clear of the roof lining. The driving position is excellent, with as much adjustment on the steering column as most will need. There is enough space behind the
two seats for coats and shopping bags and there are storage nets for loose items. Further back, the boot is large by supercar standards: up to 500 litres in all. A couple of large cases fit easily.
- Engine: 6.3 L V12- Max Power: 769 bhp @ 8500rpm- Max Torque: 705 Nm @ 6750 rpm- Seating Capacity: 2- Transmission: Automatic- Boot Space: 320 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 92 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Body Type: Coupe
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