Ferrari will be unveiling the last of its naturally aspirated V12-engined cars at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, called the Ferrari F12M.
Visually, the Ferrari F12M will not be much different from the F12, but will sport a new front grille, air intakes, and redesigned headlights and tail lamps, along with changes in the interior.
In terms of power, the Ferrari F12M will use a naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12, helping the car produce around 750bhp, almost as much as the F12 TDF, which makes 769bhp. This will be one of the last Ferraris to roll out of the factory with a naturally aspirated V12, before the Italian carmaker adds electrical assistance to the vehicle.
To ensure the car retains its handling, Ferrari will equip the F12M with active rear-wheel steering, like the Ferrari F12 TDF.
The Ferrari F12M will be in production for approximately five years, and we could expect the carmaker to come up with a limited edition variant restricted to around 100 units.