The successor to the Ferrari F12, which is to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March, will be the last car produced by the automaker with a naturally-aspirated V12 powertrain.
According to Autocar, all future V12 Ferraris after the F12 replacement will feature a hybrid powertrain . Luckily Ferrari is said to be stepping out of the game with style and will use a 750 horsepower version of its 6.3-liter v12 engine in the car – a rumor that, if true, would make the latest front-engine Ferrari its most powerful series production model ever.
Production of the new grand tourer will last five years and a limited-edition model similar to the F12 TdF and the 599 GTO is also in store. You can expect the car to adopt the latest Ferrari tech, such as its Slide Slip Angel Control drift-assist and Virtual Short Wheelbase rear-wheel steering system, along with corporate styling cues similar to those applied to the GTC4Lusso.
Due to the vehicle’s status as the last non-turbocharged V12 Ferrari ever, the pricetag is expected to be much higher than the $326,000 one the F12 carries. More information on the upcoming supercar will become available following its debut in early March.
*Ferrari F12 Tdf pictured