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By Cars.com Staff
February 20, 2013
The Ferrari F12berlinetta is the most powerful Ferrari to roll out of Modena, Italy. The coupe's front-mounted 6.3-liter V-12 engine makes a whopping 731 horsepower. A seven-speed dual-clutch transmission — with big carbon fiber paddles on the steering wheel — pairs with the V-12 to drive the rear wheels. According to Ferrari, the F12berlinetta can sprint from zero to 62 mph in 3.1 seconds. Massive carbon-ceramic brakes work to slow the supercar, which is nearly 150 pounds lighter than its predecessor, the 599 GTB. Weight distribution is 46/54, front to rear.
The F12berlinetta's styling is familiar, as it shares similar appearance elements with other members of the Ferrari family. The headlights are reminiscent of the 458 Italia's and the front grille is similar to the FF's.
Engineers spent more than 250 hours of wind-tunnel testing when sculpting the F12berlinetta, which is the most aerodynamically efficient Ferrari ever made. Advanced features include aero bridges on the front quarter panels and an active brake cooling system that automatically opens and closes doors in the front bumper to reduce brake temperature. Both technologies help reduce drag.
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