Set to be unseated as Ferrari’s flagship performance car by the LaFerrari, the F12berlinetta remains an extremely impressive supercar. Maximized for peak aerodynamics, the 2014 Ferrari F12berlinetta supercar’s appearance features a larger front splitter, rear diffuser, as well as, active brake cooling. Powered by a front-mounted, high-compression 6.3 liter V-12 engine, the 2014 Ferrari F12berlinetta is propelled by 731 horsepower and 509 foot-pounds of torque. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission is linked to the high-performance Ferrari powerplant. The driving dynamics of the 2014 Ferrari F12berlinetta is lively thanks to the inclusion of high technology and race-inspired components. Magnetorheological suspension control, E-Diff 3 electronic differential, F1 Traction Control and carbon-ceramic brakes insure all 731 horsepower of engine power is applied efficiently. Top speed for the 2014 Ferrari F12berlinetta is rated at 211 miles per hour. Expressing a “Human Machine Interface”, the 2014 Ferrari F12berlinetta’s cabin is very driver-centric. Controls are kept in easy reach of the driver’s hands while still promoting constant contact with the steering wheel. Alcantara trimmed interior surfaces and a satellite navigation-enabled infotainment system with USB port is standard on the 2014 Ferrari F12berlinetta.Read more Read less
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta carries over into its second year unchanged. It continues to be one of the most exclusive and fastest sports cars available in the United States.
Blistering performance; stunning styling; Ferrari luxury
At over $300,000, Ferraris aren't often thought of in terms of 'value.' But, few cars at any price provide the level of technical sophistication, performance and hand-built luxury that Ferrari engineers into all of their cars. The F12 Berlinetta keeps up with some of the world's best supercars, such as the Lamborghini Aventador, which costs over $85,000 more.