Worth over $13 million total.
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is a bit of a legend. Its no-nonsense 6.3-liter V12 produces 731 horsepower and propels it to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds. This much power in a rear-wheel-drive grand touring car even provoked Jeremy Clarkson to say it was a bit too much to handle. Also, its price tag of a whopping $320,000 makes them extremely rare to see anywhere. However, recently the largest gathering of F12s took place at the famous Nurburgring. Even a few F12s in the same place would be thrilling, let alone 40.
Yes, that's right, 40 Ferrari F12 Berlinettas gathered together for a track day and photo shoot. That's a cumulative 29,240 horsepower and 20,320 lb-ft of torque, all at the same time. To manage these kids and their toys, head of Ferrari Development Test Drivers, Raffaele De Simone, was on hand to teach the millionaire drivers a few tricks. Whipping these beasts around the Nurburgring proves that Ferrari road cars are just as much fun on the track. We can only dream of being invited to a gathering such as this.