It has a head-turning design, clever aerodynamics and a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine feeding 740PS (730hp / 545kW) and 690Nm (510lb-ft) of torque to the rear axle, through a dual-clutch seven-speed transmission.
Thanks to this formula, the F12 Berlinetta reaches 100km/h (62mph) in just 3.1 seconds from a standstill, and takes 8.5sec to sprint from 0 to 200km/h (124mph). Moreover, Ferrari claimed that, given enough space, it could reach a top speed in excess of 340km/h (211mph).
The example depicted in the two videos shared at the bottom of the page, however, is even more powerful. In fact, it’s said to benefit from as much as 800PS (789hp / 589kW), achieved probably via a new engine software, combined with a Capristo exhaust system. The latter allows it to sound pretty much like an F1 car for the road at high revs, and creates some low and deep tones at a gentle push of the throttle.
And even if by some miracle you won’t hear it driving by, then you’re most likely going to notice it, as it wears a very special livery on the outside: that of the Iranian police. Unsurprisingly, the police force of the Middle Eastern country doesn’t own such cars. Yet, a Dutch enthusiast, for some reason, thought this paint scheme would suit his Prancing Horse. And yes, it comes complete with a siren.