Ferrari Unveils Their Fastest, Sleekest, Baddest Road Car Ever
Ferrari has been notoriously tight-lipped on their new "F620 GT," but they finally opened their mouths about their highly anticipated new ride. It even has a cool new name: the F12berlinetta.
TopSpeed took a long look under the hood and behind the driver's seat of Ferrari's newest and coolest looking ride to date.
First, let's get all the technical specs out of the way -- It's got a V12 engine that can produce a massive 740 HP and take a driver and its occupants on a ride that can go from 0 to 60 mph in an astonishing 3.1 seconds and reach a jaw-shattering top speed of 211 mph! And somehow, it does all of this with a 30 percent reduction in overall fuel consumption compared to Ferrari's 599 GTB Fiorano.
Of course, you may not want to go too fast in this mighty marvel of man-crafted machinery and gearhead god-dom or the hot ladies won't be able to see their sole reason for paying to you. It's got a classic sports car design that looks more like an American muscle car than a typical Italian head-turner. And it wouldn't be a Ferrari if it wasn't covered in classic hot rod red on an ultra light aluminum body.
It also wouldn't be a Ferrari if the interior wasn't slathered in posh, handcrafted, light cream colored leather to cradle the most delicate and shapely of heinies. It's also crammed with the latest dashboard technology from the carbon fiber interior to the aluminum air vents to keep your date cool as a cucumber or warm as the evening you're planning to have together. The only downside is it's all been ergonomically designed to make access within reach, so there's no way you can accidentally brush up against a boob and blame it on a poorly designed stereo knob or traction control system.