/Ferrari F12 Berlinetta vs TDF – Photo Comparison

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta vs TDF – Photo Comparison

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The new limited edition Ferrari F12 tdf looks substantially different from its regular Berlinetta counterpart so that even an uninterested eye can tell them apart. But for those interested ones who want to know what exactly is different in the new car, here’s a photo comparison courtesy of Ferrari Cannes.

Let’s begin at the front where the serpent-like mouth of the Berlinetta is replaced with a more beautiful, more aerodynamically efficient bumper in the F12tdf. The latter also features a more prominent carbon air splitter complete with flaps, but it lacks the active the air intakes of the Berlinetta which open up only when the cooling system needs more air.

Above the bumper we have a more muscular bonnet on the Ferrari F12 tdf, housing two extra vents and a large bulge in the middle. The shape of the bonnet has dictated slight revisions to the style of the headlights and the bumpers. The TDF also features new carbon aero bridges on its front wings which complement the carbon side skirts and mirror caps.

At the back the main differences between Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and the TDF include three iconic air vents, inspired by old Ferrari racing cars on the tour de France model as well as revised apron, bumpers, diffuser insert, and rear hatch. The TDF also comes with new wheels, and as you know 40 more horsepower as well as upgraded electronics and a rear-steering system.

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