Limited-run Ferrari 812 Superfast car, with 819hp V12 engine, revealed
Prior to its unveiling on May 5, Italian automaker Ferrari has revealed a limited-run variant of its 812 Superfast car. It is rumored to be called the Versione Speciale. As for the highlights, the premium vehicle has a sportier look, offers better handling, and draws power from an 819hp, V12 engine linked to a 7-speed DCT gearbox. Here are more details.
The car sports an aluminium panel on the rear
The Ferrari 812 Superfast Versione Speciale has an aggressive design, featuring a sloping roofline, a muscular carbon fiber bonnet, a wide air dam, sleek swept-back headlights, and a prominent splitter. It is flanked by ORVMs, sharp body lines, and designer wheels. An aluminium panel instead of conventional glass with "vortex generators," a spoiler, dual exhausts, and rounded taillights, are available on the rear end.
The vehicle has a luxurious cabin
The Ferrari 812 Superfast Versione Speciale has a luxurious 2-seater cabin with carbon fiber elements, lighter door panels, and a multifunctional flat-bottom steering wheel. It houses an integrated navigation system with a voice-activation feature and a 6-speaker stereo. For ensuring the safety of the passengers, multiple airbags, front and rear parking sensors, as well as a backup camera are available.
It runs on a 819hp, 6.5-liter engine
The Ferrari 812 Superfast Versione Speciale draws power from a 6.5-liter, naturally-aspirated, V12 engine linked to a 7-speed DCT gearbox, and generates 819hp of power at 9,500rpm. Also, the car comes with independent steering fitted to all four wheels. Ferrari claims this will extend "the feeling of agility and precision when cornering, as well as providing unparalleled responsiveness to steering inputs."
Ferrari 812 Superfast Versione Speciale: Pricing and availability
Pricing and availability details of the Ferrari 812 Superfast Versione Speciale will be revealed at the time of unveiling on May 5. However, it should carry a hefty premium over the standard model priced at £260,000 (approximately Rs. 2.7 crore).