We have been more and more of Ferrari F12 Speciale lately as the car undergoes its final road tests before getting shipped to wherever it is its official debut will take place. This time the car has been filmed up close and personal on the road.
Now, the Ferrari F12 Speciale prototype we see here is heavily camouflaged. But even so, if you look closely, some of the new styling details of the car can be discerned. At the front, for example, you can clearly see the bumper is different from the standard F12 and has bigger air intakes. The heavily taped rocker fenders hid some new air vents, and at the back you notice a prominent rear spoiler.
The biggest highlight of Ferrari F12 Speciale, however, is not the looks but rather what’s under the bonnet. It’s the same V12 unit you find in the standard version, but here is produces over 800 horsepower. Combine that with lighter weight, which is the signature feature of any Speciale model, and you end up with a beast of a car that could well bee too quick for its own good. Does the F12 really need to be quicker than it already is?
We should probably point out that the F12 Speciale is what the experts expect this car to be called. For all we know it could also be called F12 GTO.