Ferrari has introduced the Tour de France special edition supercar based on their F12 model. Only 799 of these special supercars are being manufactured for the general public.
Powering the F12 Tour de France special edition is a 6,262cc V12 engine. The engine is capable of producing 769.32 horsepower and 705Nm of peak torque output. The supercar can attain a top speed of over 340 km/h.
This supercar can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in a matter of 2.9 seconds, and speed of 0 to 200 km/h comes up in 7.9 seconds, which is neck-snapping fast. Along with performance, Ferrari has managed to squeeze out 100 kilometres range with just 15.4 litres of fuel.
Styling and design cues are different compared to the standard F13 Berlinetta. Designers have made the nose more pointed and aggressive. The front and the rear bumper is widened for a more sporty and race-car-like avatar.
Ferrari has made use of several carbon fibre body panels in the F12 Tour de France edition. By doing this, the weight of the supercar is considerably reduced by 110kg. Engineers promise the supercar will be even agiler than its base version.
F12 Tour de France Edition has been aerodynamically tested and gets a rear spoiler that is 60mm longer and 30mm higher. Ferrari has also provided air splitter, dive planes, floor wings, and louvres to boost efficiency.
Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Tour de France Special Edition in pictures: