Ferrari F12berlinetta

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F12berlinetta Key Features

Engine 6262 cc Power 730 hp
Seating 2 seats Ground Clearance 127 mm
Driver Airbag Yes Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Price List of F12berlinetta

Variant   Specifications  
V12 6.3 L    6262 cc, 730 hp, 2 seats, Petrol

F12berlinetta Colors

F12berlinetta is available in 27 different colors - Red, Rosso Scuderia, Rosso Dino, Blu Abu Dhabi, Azzurro California, Bianco Avus, Blu Mirabeau, Grigio Scuro, Grigio Silverstone, Verde British, Grigio Titanio Metallizzato, Blu Scozia, Blu Swaters, Blu Pozzi, Blu Tour De France, Grigio Ingrid, Nero Daytona, Grigio Ferro, Argento Nurburgring, Giallo Modena, Rosso Mugello, Canna Di Fucile, Grigio Alloy, Rosso Corsa, Nero Pastello, Rosso Fiorano and Avoria.

  • Red

  • Rosso Scuderia

  • Rosso Dino

  • Blu Abu Dhabi

  • Azzurro California

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Videos of F12berlinetta

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F12berlinetta Mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Petrol 6.6

Review F12berlinetta

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking Safety


Force meets a direction and gives rise to torque, which marks the birth of mobility, the birth of power. Power lies deep within the soul of the immortal Italian automaker Ferrari, which earns plentiful of a worshipped fame owing to the irresistible charm of its astonishing heirs. One of these distinguished automobiles is the front mid-engine mounted, rear wheel-drive grand tourer, titled as Ferrari F12berlinetta. The beautiful sports car was launched at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, replacing the 599 series grand tourers. Some notable awards the car is crowned with, includes – 'The Supercar of the Year 2012' and the solemnly refined 6.3-litre Ferrari V12 engine resting under the hood of the car has won the International Engine of the Year Awards 2013 in Best performance category and Best Engine above 4.0 litres.

Interior & Features

Sportiness of the exteriors meets the spontaneity of the interiors. The interiors of the car shows a perfect amalgamation of intuitiveness and comfort with the large bucket sports seats that holds you and your sporty desires intact owing to their purely ergonomically styled shape. The impressive and responsive functionality displayed in the form of the ergonomically-configured control panel, tunnel console, the leather-wrapped multifunctional steering wheel and the exclusively crafted infotainment system collectively offers the driver a whole new world of driving pleasure. The boot space given by the car is tense but allows you to carry your basic amenities along with you.


Functionality, technology and elegance blended aesthetically to mould the real spirit of sportiness. The car with its sharp chiselled bonnet design represents a typical Ferrari styling, which is made functional by the wide radiator grille and the sharp and adaptive headlights. The Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) simulations used for the development of this most dynamic Ferrari has imparted a heavenly feel of air to its body in the form of its flawless aerodynamic character. The impeccably sculpted aerodynamic passages that mark the bonnet design of the car , the functional Aero Bridges, the front splitter and the rear wings magically slices and bends the air in our favour, thus reducing the drag coefficient value to 0.299 and boosting the downforce value by 76%. The superlow, elongated and road hugging design of the car is a conduct of its precise dimensioning, which reads – 4618 mm x 1942 mm x 1273 mm (L x W x H) and a long wheelbase of 2720 mm.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The heart pumping life down the veins of this nicely chiselled piece of functional art is the 6262cc 65-degree V12 engine, which outstands itself as the most powerful naturally-aspirated V12 yet. The unmatched engineering injected in this engine lies beyond the power of imagination. This engine is precisely mounted to lower the center of gravity and built to feature very low levels of inertia to ensure rapid revs. With this the muti-spark ignition function installed promises a precise combustion process at all speeds and features a significant reduction in the fuel consumption. This pumped-up power-mill generates 740 hp at 8250 rpm and a rumbling torque peak of 690 Nm at 6000 rpm. This engine mates the dual-clutch F1 transmission, which employs close gear ratios and in-coordination with the engine catapults the athletic sports car to hasten from 0 to 100km/h in an enthralling 3.1 seconds. With these mighty power values the car manages to squeeze out a fuel economy of 15 litres/100km.

Braking Safety

Every inch of dynamism the athletic sports car features is kept in well in controls with the precisely configured list of stability features added to the car. The car is equipped with an advanced ESC (Electronic Stability Control) system that uses the instantaneous dynamic information from the sensors to maintain a precise stability. The car uses the Third generation of Electronic differential and the F1-traction control system to maximise the handling preciseness. With this, the car is equipped with Magnetorheological Suspension control with dual coil springs that gives a faster response and with the 3rd generation Carbon Ceramic Brakes assisted by Anti-lock Braking System and Electronic Brake-force Distribution.


This exquisite sports car confidently out-stands itself as the one of the most dynamic Ferrari heir owing to its ultra-refined performance, unadulterated handling experience and the artistic typical supercar styling. However, being a sports car, it may not amaze the pure luxury lovers.

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