Ferrari has launched a new variant of the F12 Berlinetta in the UK. It’s called the Ferrari F12tdf. The tdf stands for the Tour de France. The Ferrari F12tdf is a tribute to the 1956 250GT Berlinetta that commanded the iconic occasion for four continuous years in the 1950s and 1960s. The Ferrari F12tdf gets the same 6262 cc V12 as the F12 Berlinetta. Torque is a considerable 705Nm at 6,750rpm – that is 15Nm more than the Berlinetta. Around 80 percent of all this turning force is available right from 2,500 rpm.
Ferrari says the new Ferrari F12tdf streamlined effectiveness figure at 1.6 is double that of the F12 Berlinetta. Additionally, the down force created by the Ferrari F12tdf at 200 kmph is 230 kg which is an incredible 107 kg more than the standard car. All of this is coupled with a weight saving of 110 kg, thanks to extensive use of carbon fibre and aluminium both inside and outside. Ferrari has also increased the front and rear track of the car.