Already displaying 165,000 km on the clock, this Ferrari 812 Superfast proves that its naturally aspirated V12 is still capable of incredible performance!
It was in 2017 that Ferrari presented the 812 Superfastresponsible for succeeding the formidable F12 berlinetta whose V12 already displayed 740 horsepower. And with 800 horsepower Developed at 8,500 rpm, this 812 Superfast rose to the challenge perfectly! Especially since this V12 is a real 6.5 liter cathedral who develops this immense cavalry without even the help of a turbo.
This colossal power allows this propulsion to offer high performance with 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds and 0 to 200 km/h in 7.9 seconds for a top speed of 340 km/h. In any case, these values correspond to what Ferrari officially announces, but what actually is this top speed? And above all, what about a fairly blunt model of which the V12 already accuses 165 000 km ? That’s because AutoTopNL checked with the Ferrari 812 Superfast of a Dutchman, owner of a luxury dealership and enthusiast who doesn’t hesitate to drive his own cars!
To check what this beautiful Ferrari 812 Superfast still has in its belly, head for a German motorway at unlimited speed for this video. And the first thing you notice is the sound of this model ! The atmospheric V12 associated with a Novitec exhaust gives a sublime result, what happiness ! As for the efficiency of this well-kilometered Granny, no worries: the 300 km/h bar is quickly reached and the counter finally continues to climb. until reaching 351 km/h, before the driver slows down. Exceptional!
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Despite his age, the Ferrari 812 is still in the Ferrari catalog in its GTS variant convertible but also in the Competizione and Competizione A variants, two limited editions which increase the power to 830 horsepower!
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