Rather quietly, Ferrari’s Tailor Made division unveiled their latest special edition model during the Dream Cars Show in Brussels, Belgium. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Tour de France is a tribute to 250 GTO that won the 1964 Tour de France race.
As such, Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Tour de France features an Argento Auteil body color like the original, and boasts the same yellow stripe on the bonnet team Ecurie Francorchamps used back in 64, albeit with a modern twist. It may not look it, but a lot of people pay a lot of cash for that stripe alone.
The vintage theme continues inside with Mahagoni leather seats and fabric floor mats. But perhaps the biggest highlight of the interior is the Mycro Prestige material used to cover the side panels which water-repellent and breathable. Yellow stitching and aluminum trim pieces are among the other feature of the cabin.
Mechanically, Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Tour de France is no different than the standard models, meaning it is powered by a 740 horsepower V12 engine mated a seven-speed transmission and an electronic differential. This combination results in scary performance; performance on the par with what Lucien Bianchi and Georges Berger experienced in the race-winning 250 GTO.