/Ferrari F12tdf on Sale for €925,000!

Ferrari F12tdf on Sale for €925,000!

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If you had any doubts whatsoever that limited edition Ferraris are a safer investment than almost anything, even diamonds, this Ferrari F12tdf here will remove them. Here’s a limited edition Ferrari which at 799 units isn’t actually that limited after all, but in the first year alone its priced has more than doubled.

Those 799 fortunate enough to place an order at the factory have got – or will get – their Ferrari F12tdf for around €380,000. We’re going to round that up with taxes and stuff and say that it has cost them 400K Euros. They can now sell their TDF, at least according to Dutch luxury car dealer Hoefnagels, for €925,000. Is that fair? Does it even make sense? It really doesn’t matter because there are people who are more than willing to pay that kind of money for the chance of owning a limited edition Ferrari.

Let’s have a closer look at this super expensive F12 while we silently contemplate Ferrari’s uncanny ability in turning rich, supposedly clever people into such suckers for their products:


Ferrari F12tdf Technical Specifications

  • Engine
    • Type: 65-degree V12
    • Overall displacement: 6,262 cc
    • Max. power output: 574 kW (780 cv) at 8,500 rpm
    • Max. torque: 705 Nm at 6,750 rpm
    • Max. engine speed: 8,900 rpm (limiter)
  • Dimensions and weight
    • Length: 4,656 mm
    • Width: 1,961 mm
    • Height: 1,273 mm
    • Dry weight: 1,415 kg
    • Weight distribution: 46% front – 54% rear
  • Tyres and wheel rims
    • Front: 275/35 ZR 20″ 10″ J
    • Rear: 315/35 ZR 20″ 11.5″ J
  • Performance
    • Top speed: >340 km/h
    • 0-100 km/h: 2.9 sec
    • 0-200 km/h: 7.9 sec
    • Fiorano lap time: 1’21”
  • Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions
    • Fuel consumption: 15.4 l/100 km
    • Emissions: 360 g/km


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