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Ferrari 812 Superfast: The Iconic Discovery That Brings Speed To The Name

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When a vehicle claims a whole 211 mph, it goes well along to make it something like 812 Superfast. No part of this name is thus exaggerated.

The Ferrari 812 Superfast is not only a lovely shaped and veracious car but one that also re-imagines several elements of vehicle engineering in a supremely iconic manner. With its 789-hp gathered from a 6.5-liter V-12 engine that drives the rear wheels, this car position itself in a way that helps to re-imagine a changing element in hypercar motoring. That you will part with over $300,000 further underlines the fact that this car is too sensible to ignore.

Ferrari says that the engine is newly engineered with about 75 percent new parts. It is more powerful and has the redline in the at 9000 rpm.

It is also able to do 0-60 mph at just 2.8 seconds and hits 100 mph in 5.8 seconds. This, however, makes the McLaren 720s much faster perhaps one explanation is that it weighs almost 700 pounds less than the 812.

The Italian marque never disappoints and likes its cars thoroughly to the extreme ends of super performance. The 812, partly named so from its V12 engine arrangement is a core representative of its legacy.

Such greatness can only be achieved through a combination of cutting edge technology and fore thoughtfulness and Ferrari hardly gets it wrong.

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