Because limited edition supercars make gas runs too.
The Ferrari F12tdf (Tour de France, the car version) captured the hearts of gearheads the moment the automaker unveiled it many weeks ago. Since then we've seen videos detailing how its engine got so monstrous and how its unique steering system works. We've even seen some live shots of the beast, but those were in Rosso Corsa red and the car wasn't in the wild. Thanks to photographer Florian Schulz of f.s_photography_ we now get to see the 770-horsepower F12tdf in the wild.
The awesome thing is that this version sports the same shade of yellow with black accents as the model in the promotional shots released by Ferrari. Schulz wasn't exactly camping out in front of the automaker's Maranello headquarters when he snagged these shots. It simply seems like a case of being in the right place at the right time. As we all know sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. That being said these photos are good, so enjoy them and cross your fingers that the next time you hit the gas station one of the 799 F12tdfs will be there as well.