/Rendering: Ferrari F12 Speciale (GTO)

Rendering: Ferrari F12 Speciale (GTO)

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Following yesterday’s spyshot that revealed the back of the new Ferrari F12 Speciale (which might actually be called GTO), X-Tomi Design has come up with this rendering in which he has enhanced that photo and added a few more details to give us a better idea what the new Fezza looks like.

The biggest changes Ferrari F12 Speciale features over the standard F12, styling-wise, include completely new front and rear bumpers, incorporating more prominent aero parts, new air intakes, extra vents, modified rear fascia, and new wheels. One thing we noticed in the spy pictures that is not featured in this rendering is the blacked-out aero bridges at the front – not a very big deal, but something that will set the Speciale/GTO further apart from the standard model.

Mechanically, the Speciale version of the F12 has the same naturally aspirated V12 engine as the Berlinetta, but here it is reportedly boosted to 800 horsepower. This car is a hard-core, track-focused model which means it will also be lighter than its “sensible” sibling. The combination of light weight and big power will invariably result in something truly scary to drive. This thing will be like a road-going Ferrari XX race car.

The official debut for Ferrari F12 Speciale (GTO) is planned for Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

Rendering by X-Tomi Design

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