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While marrying power and performance with contemporary style is essential for any Ferrari, the new Ferrari F12TDF has made no sacrifice when it comes to safety.
High-performance anti-lock braking, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, F1 traction control, and Electronic Stability Control have all been incorporated to offer complete protection on the road, while the carbon-ceramic braking system (CCM3) works to eliminate fade and improve stopping distances.
The interior is uncompromisingly sporty and deliberately Spartan. The
door-frames have been pared back to a single carbon-fibre shell. There are
carbon-fibre housings for the instruments and satellite pod. Whilst there is no
glove compartment at all. Patterned aluminum instead of floor mats. Alcantara
rather than traditional leather. Everything in the pursuit of the saving every
last ounce of weight.
There have also been numerous modifications developed for the prolific engine. New throttle valves, new inlet manifold, hydraulic actuators for managing trump height and increased air intake for higher performance, to name but a few.
And yet, even with all this power and performance, Ferrari engineers aim was to craft a supremely agile and powerful car that could be driven by less expert drivers.
|Vehicle length||4656 mm / 183.3 in|
|Vehicle width||1961 mm / 77.2 in|
|Vehicle height||(unladen) 1273 mm / 50.1 in|
|Wheelbase||2720 mm / 107.1 in|
|Unladen weight (DIN)||1415 kg / 3119.5 lb|
|Engine / Cylinders||V12|
|Max Torque||705 nm @ 6750 rpm|
|Max Power||574 kW @ 8500 rpm|
|Top Speed||211 mph|
|Acceleration||0-62 mph / 2.9 sec|