What Caused This Ferrari F12 Berlinetta To Randomly Catch On Fire?

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Seriously, we'd like to know. As would its owner.

Sometimes cars catch on fire. It just happens. It’s not really news. But when an automaker’s recent history involves fires, and when said automaker’s cars cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, people take notice. This poor Ferrari F12 Berlinetta caught fire on a highway in Istanbul, Turkey. The driver pulled over and managed to extinguish the flames without injuring himself, and firefighters later came to douse the engine for good measure. Was this a random spot of bad luck or just more Ferrari fire incompetence?

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