Applying a custom paint scheme to a rare supercar, a Ferrari F12tdf, in this case, is one way to draw even more attention.
Despite rolling off Maranello’s assembly line in just 799 units, the owner of this exotic felt the need to make it stand out even more and turned to Ferrari of Central New Jersey to apply the new color, called Verde Kers Lucido, which has been used on other Ferrari supercars in the past.
With a new look to match its growl, this Ferrari F12tdf is ready for the road and even it doesn’t suit your taste, underneath its tweaked aerodynamic body it continues to feature improved responsiveness, a rear axle steering, known as Virtual Short Wheelbase, and better stability at high speeds, which allow it to corner faster than the F12 Berlinetta, on which it is based.
An upgraded version of the 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 mill now sends 40 HP more to the rear wheels over the regular F12berlinetta, for a total of 770 HP (780 PS) and 520 lb-ft (705 Nm) of torque, propelling the supercar from a standstill to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.9 seconds and up to 211 mph (340 km/h). Ferrari sold all units of the F12tdf before presenting it last year.