2017 Ferrari F12 successor will retain a naturally aspirated V12
Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
Output could close in on the 769bhp of the F12tdf; hybrid tech won’t be integrated until 2020
Essentially a development of the existing car, its power output will be raised via the current 730bhp to close to the 769bhp already seen inside the hardcore F12tdf.
which should help the 2017 car trim the current F12’s 3.1sec 0-62mph time, along with to improve agility the power hike could be joined by Ferrari’s ‘virtual short wheelbase’ active rear steering system, borrowed via the F12tdf.
the automobile could also gain the dual-screen infotainment set-up, first seen on the completely new GT4C Lusso, along that has a range of cabin updates.
With the additional features, expect pricing to enhance; the current design starts at £241,073.
Earlier suggestions which the F12’s successor might receive hybrid technology have currently lost momentum. The completely new generation of hybrid assisted V12 Ferraris will be not likely to be seen until an all-completely new flagship will be launched around 2020.
Electric technology due to This specific design will trace its roots back to the hybrid LaFerrari, along with power could therefore be significantly higher than the current F12’s, with more than 800bhp plausible.
Additional reporting by Hilton Holloway
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