What Does A Hardcore Ferrari F12 Sound And Perform Like?

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One word can answer that: beautifully.

The Ferrari F12 wasn’t an underpowered supercar. In fact, itmay have been overpowered and just a little too tail happy for everyday use.But that didn’t stop Ferrari from building the F12tdf. The F12tdf hasthe same 6.3-liter V12 as the normal F12, but has more horsepower (770) andtorque (520 lb-ft). The supercar also has other performance modifications that makeit truly happy on the track, but has all of Ferrari’s hard work made theF12tdf an enjoyable car that can live up to its historic predecessors?

Autocar gets the behind of a F12tdf to see how it behaves in its natural habitat: the track.

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