In the last few days, we have brought you a plentiful array of supercar videos, spread around various YouTube channels, all of which show these exclusive and very loud machines doing their thing. Being out of the financial reach of many, particularly these latest ones, like the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, all one can do is admire the shape of the body and listen to the engine.
Its V12 is not only ridiculously powerful for its duty of propelling what in appearance is a very sporty GT car – it gets 730 hp and 690 Nm (509 lb-ft), plus one of the top engine notes in the business.
However, after having a watch of one of Marchettino’s latest videos, which shows both a standard F12 (the yellow one) and one which has been fitted with a custom exhaust by German Ferrari tuner Novitec Rosso (the red one), we realized that there’s room for improvement.
It’s like having hundreds of minuscule little dwarves giving you an inner ear massage – it may sound creepy, but even in YouTube video form, it may give you the tingles, more so than the standard car ever could. I expect that the difference in "burble-factor" is even more noticeable without the use of quality-corrupting recording equipment...
By Andrei Nedelea