2017 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta: Ferrari Is Ready To Take Drivers In A Sportier Driving Experience

Mar 13, 2017 10:00 AM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

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The Italian supercar brand Ferrari comes with its car series, the 2017 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. It shows a great combination of sporty looks, fantastic, edgy interiors, and power with its engine which is so far the most powerful one.

For the exterior of this model, it was remodeled to its finest characteristic to add more of its aerodynamics to offer the market the said best-looking sports car so far. The company went for aluminum and carbon fiber materials which contributed the car's lighter weight and improved speed.

Curvier lines on the model's longer front hood are noticeable with a downward slope that follows the LED headlights line. As for the front grille, it becomes longer, wider and aggressive.

The 2017 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta side entry car doors have a sharp cut dent which also adds the car's aerodynamics. For the back part of the sports car, round taillights, as well as a big bumper with four exhaust pipes, adds more of the model's aggressive look.

A few wooden details with leather and aluminum materials is used on the interior. Aside from the comfort that it provides, it also supports focus for the driver while driving with its flat bottom steering wheel covered in leather. It controls the engine's start and stops button and driving mode.

One of the prominent unusual part for the two-seater car is the huge cargo space. Just like the other cars in the market today, F12 also comes with features that provide assistance. It has Ferrari's F1 version of traction control, reversed camera, and parking sensors.

What powers the 2017 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is a V12 6.3-liter engine that is paired with an automatic transmission in a 7-speed dual clutch. This year's Berlinetta can run up to 730 of horsepower in a rear wheel drive. Since F12 Berlinetta and F12 TDF has a lot of similarities, it is also expected to have a top speed of 210 mph and an acceleration time of 3 seconds for 60 mph.

 

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