The fact that Ferrari introduced the F12tdf in mid-October, did not stop the Maranello-based company from selling out all units of the supercar.
The announcement hasn’t been confirmed by Ferrari at this point, but a recent report from Autovisie states that all 799 units of the exotic model managed to find new owners, despite the steep price which stands at €310,184, that is, before any country-specific taxes and optional equipment.
In The Netherlands, the F12tdf reportedly costs €465,974, so we can only imagine what the used examples, which will surely pop up for sale, shortly after Ferrari starts deliveries, will be priced at.
Based on the F12 Berlinetta and with a name that pays tribute to the legendary Tour de France race run between 1899 and 1986 and dominated by the Italian carmaker in the ’50s and ’60s, the new F12tdf is an impressive machine, as we found out in one of its first reviews.
The exotic model carries an updated 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 mated to a model-specific version of the F1 DCT. Combined with a 110 kg (242.5 lbs) weight loss and other tweaks performed by the engineers, it can complete the 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint in just 2.9 seconds.
And its design… well, just look at it!