Undoubtedly, one of the most exciting cars released this year is the Ferrari F12tdf. With its 6.3-liter V12 engine delivering 770 hp, the F12tdf just so happens to be the world’s most powerful naturally-aspirated car and has excited reviewers around the world.
Limited to just 799 examples worldwide, it’s inevitable that the F12tdf will be just like the company’s most famous ‘GTO’ badged cars in gaining huge amounts of value and becoming a true collector’s car in the coming years.
Earlier in the month, the very first two F12tdf’s were delivered in Monaco and recently, another example was handed over to its happy customer in Budapest. This particular car is owned by Josh Cartu, a well-known Ferrari collector and race car driver who for the last two years, has competed in the Gumball 3000 with his ‘regular’ F12 Berlinetta.
Painted in a stunning shade of white, Cartu’s F12tdf is definitely one of the nicest we’ve seen so far. Joining the white paint are a number of matte black elements, exposed carbon fibre aerodynamic components, Scuderia Shields and a brushed aluminium fuel cap.
Alongside gaining 40 hp over the F12 Berlinetta, the hardcore model paying tribute to the Tour de France rally, weighs over 200 pounds less and delivers 30 per cent more torque at 124 mph.