As promised, Ferrari auctioned off the first ever F12 Berlinetta in the U.S. to help Hurricane Sandy victims. The charity auction was held during the 2012 U.S. Formula 1 Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, and it raised a total of $1.5 million for he American Red Cross. The F12 went for $1.125 Million, which is nearly four times more than the actual price of the car. But the gentlemen who bought it is perfectly happy because he’s contributed to a good cause, and got himself an awesome car.
The F12 Berlinetta is the replacement for the Ferrari 599. It’s a front-engined V12 super GT that can be used every day and every where. It is still a full on Ferrari though. With 750 horsepower and one of the best sorted chassis in the world, the F12 seems to be as good as cars can get.