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2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast

Description

Key Points: Paint Protective Film (PPF) Applied to Whole Car, Passenger Display, Suspension Lifter.

The Ferrari 812 Superfast (Type F152M) is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer, which made its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Billed as the successor to the F12 Berlinetta, it has a 6.5-litre ‘F140 GA’ V12, producing 789 hp at 8,500 rpm and 530 lb ft of torque at 7,000 rpm, coupled to a seven-speed dual-clutch Getrag automatic transmission based on the gearbox used in the 458. According to Ferrari, the 812 Superfast's engine was, at the time of release, the most powerful naturally aspirated production car engine ever made. 

The 812 Superfast has 20-inch wheels wrapped with Pirelli P Zero tyres as standard, in fitments 275/35 ZR 20 for the front and 315/35 ZR 20 for the rear. Stopping power is from carbon-ceramic Brembo Extreme Design disc brakes borrowed from the LaFerrari, which Ferrari claims have 5.8% improved braking performance from 62mph to 0mph when compared to the F12 Berlinetta.

The car also includes a mix of active and passive aerodynamics to improve drag coefficient values. The front end is designed to increase downforce and includes intakes for front brake cooling, as well as ducts to increase underbody air flow. The bonnet has bypasses to move air through to the side of the car for additional downforce and efficiency, while the rear diffuser of the 812 Superfast has active flaps that can open up at high speeds to reduce drag.

Ferrari claims that the 812 Superfast has a top speed of 211 mph, with a 0–62 mph acceleration time of 2.9 seconds, and a power to weight ratio of 2.18 kg (4.81 lb) per horsepower (PS). The 812 Superfast is the first Ferrari equipped with EPS (Electronic Power Steering), and also shares the rear-wheel-steering system (Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0) borrowed from the limited-production F12 TDF. 

The interior of the 812 Superfast takes inspiration from both the preceding F12 Berlinetta and the interior of the LaFerrari. As part of the Ferrari's flagship model design, the centre control continues to lack a central infotainment display featured in entry-level models such as the GTC4Lusso and Portofino, retaining only a small temperature display for the climate control system and splitting all vehicular status information displays among the driver's multifunction instrument cluster, as well as the passenger-side touchscreen display.

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Key Points: Paint Protective Film (PPF) Applied to Whole Car, Passenger Display, Suspension Lifter.

The Ferrari 812 Superfast (Type F152M) is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer, which made its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Billed as the successor to the F12 Berlinetta, it has a 6.5-litre ‘F140 GA’ V12, producing 789 hp at 8,500 rpm and 530 lb ft of torque at 7,000 rpm, coupled to a seven-speed dual-clutch Getrag automatic transmission based on the gearbox used in the 458. According to Ferrari, the 812 Superfast's engine was, at the time of release, the most powerful naturally aspirated production car engine ever made. 

The 812 Superfast has 20-inch wheels wrapped with Pirelli P Zero tyres as standard, in fitments 275/35 ZR 20 for the front and 315/35 ZR 20 for the rear. Stopping power is from carbon-ceramic Brembo Extreme Design disc brakes borrowed from the LaFerrari, which Ferrari claims have 5.8% improved braking performance from 62mph to 0mph when compared to the F12 Berlinetta.

The car also includes a mix of active and passive aerodynamics to improve drag coefficient values. The front end is designed to increase downforce and includes intakes for front brake cooling, as well as ducts to increase underbody air flow. The bonnet has bypasses to move air through to the side of the car for additional downforce and efficiency, while the rear diffuser of the 812 Superfast has active flaps that can open up at high speeds to reduce drag.

Ferrari claims that the 812 Superfast has a top speed of 211 mph, with a 0–62 mph acceleration time of 2.9 seconds, and a power to weight ratio of 2.18 kg (4.81 lb) per horsepower (PS). The 812 Superfast is the first Ferrari equipped with EPS (Electronic Power Steering), and also shares the rear-wheel-steering system (Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0) borrowed from the limited-production F12 TDF. 

The interior of the 812 Superfast takes inspiration from both the preceding F12 Berlinetta and the interior of the LaFerrari. As part of the Ferrari's flagship model design, the centre control continues to lack a central infotainment display featured in entry-level models such as the GTC4Lusso and Portofino, retaining only a small temperature display for the climate control system and splitting all vehicular status information displays among the driver's multifunction instrument cluster, as well as the passenger-side touchscreen display.

Year
2019
Mileage
7,849 mi
Exterior Colour
Rosso Corsa
Interior Colour
Nero
Trim
Leather
Driver Position
RHD
Price
£229,995

Options

  • 20" Twin 5-Spoke Alloys
  • Wheels Finished in Satin Black
  • Brake Calipers Painted Yellow
  • Rosso Corsa Exterior Paint
  • Paint Protective Film (PPF) Applied to Whole Car
  • Carbon Fibre Front Spoiler
  • Carbon Fibre Front Bumper Inserts
  • Carbon Fibre Underdoor Cover
  • Carbon Fibre Driver Zone (Including LEDs)
  • Carbon Fibre Exterior Sill Kick
  • Carbon Fibre Upper Centre Console Trim
  • Carbon Fibre Rear Side Bumpers
  • Suspension Lifter
  • Passenger Display
  • Long and Narrow Italian Flag on Tailgate
  • Cavallino Stitched on Headrests
  • 'Scuderia Ferrari' Shields
  • Parking Camera
  • Adaptive Headlights with SBL Function
  • Yellow Rev Counter
  • Fully Electric Seats
  • Special Stitching in Rosso