So far we have only seen the new Ferrari F12tdf in a bunch not at all satisfying press pictures, a couple of official videos, and some bad spy photos snapped at a dealership. This time though a yellow (giallo) was caught in Maranello and shot as if it was a promotional photoshoot or something.
These pictures offer the best look yet at the Ferrari F12tdf and allows you to really contemplate its controversial design features – features that might not be very easy on the eyes, but are designed to be almost perfect aerodynamic and weight-wise.
The TDF is about a 100 kg lighter than the Berlinetta upon which it is based, and it packs 40 more horsepower as well. That weight saving is an amazing feat, considering the car comes with an innovative new rear steering system. The design of the new aero kit is also very effective in producing downforce, which Ferrari says has been increased in the TDF by a whopping 100 percent compared to the F12 Berlinetta.
That is very good news when you are dealing with a car that can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 340 km/h. Ferrari F12tdf is limited to 799 units.
Photos via Zero2Turbo