And it'll have absolutely no trouble finding a new home.
Ferrari built only 789 examples of its F12tdf, so whenever one comes up for sale collectors who missed out on the initial purchase will be anxious to make a move. No doubt that'll be the case for this 2017 F12tdf with a mere 1,157 miles on its clock. It'll be hitting the Mecum Auction in Las Vegas later this month and it's already being labeled as the event's main attraction. Interestingly, it's the only F12tdf produced in Ferrari Russo F1 2007 paint, and was even signed by four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel.
Power, of course, comes from a 6.3-liter V12 with 769 hp and 520 lb-ft of torque. Power goes to the rear wheels through Ferrari's brilliant seven-speed F1 gearbox. This particular F12tdf has over $92,000 in extra options, including the $10,124 Ferrari Telemetry option. This is described by Ferrari as a "real-time telemetry system…that allows owners to monitor the car's position and analyze its performance by recording all one's driving sessions. The data is then displayed on the instrument binnacle." Like all Ferrari F12tdfs, carbon fiber is in abundance in order to keep weight down. There's also carbon ceramic brakes with red calipers. The interior is covered in Black Alcantara with white contrast stitching.
Mecum didn't reveal any information regarding a starting price or an estimated value, but based on previous F12tdf sales, this one will easily end up going for close to $2 million, if not more. Photos courtesy of Mecum Auctions.