As the successor to the F12berlinetta, the Ferrari 812 Superfast was introduced to the public at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Traits of the car itself influence the justification behind the alphanumeric designation of this Ferrari: the first digit stands for 800 (a rounding up of 789HP), the ‘12’ represents the cylinder count, while the ‘Superfast’ tag needs little explanation. With its sleek looks and ferocious power, few modern cars can compete with the sensational thrill of driving this V12 torpedo. By sticking to a V12 in an age of hybrid and electric engines, Ferrari has granted the exceptional free-breathing twelve-cylinder soundtrack to their fans. For sale is one such 2020 Ferrari 812 Superfast, located in California, it features a host of factory options. With an original MSRP of $413,040 and just 1309 miles on its clock, this is a rare opportunity to own a true red-blooded supercar.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast borrows design cues from the F12berlinetta while adding new components such as LED lights, air vents on the hood, a body-colored rear diffuser, and quad circular taillights. In addition, the front of the car is designed to add downforce while ducts help underbody airflow. Our subject 2020 Ferrari 812 Superfast is draped in the classic shade of ‘Rosso Scuderia’ and rides on Cerchi 20-inch forged racing diamond wheels from the factory. Other options include Scuderia Ferrari shields, red brake calipers, and adaptive front lights with their static bending light function. For speed breakers, this 2020 Ferrari 812 Superfast includes a front suspension lift. The F12Berlinetta and LaFerrari-inspired interior of this car is trimmed in Beige Tradizione, with full electric seats, the prancing horse insignia stitched on the headrests, and special colored stitching. Also included are colored mats with the Ferrari logo, colored inner details, and a carbon fiber steering wheel with LEDs.
This 812 Superfast is already considered one of the last naturally-aspirated V12 road cars, making this a special specimen to own. The 6.5L V12 engine is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, which feeds power to the rear wheels. With 789HP and 530 lb-ft of torque, this grand tourer sprints to 60mph in just 2.8 seconds before hitting the quarter-mile in only 10.4 seconds — times that beat the Aventador SVJ, Taycan Turbo S, and the Ferrari Enzo.