The Ferrari F12tdf is no longer available as all of the 799 cars have already been pre-sold to anxious buyers. The supercar had a prohibitive starting price of €310,184 before VAT and any other country-specific taxes and adding any optional kit. For example, in The Netherlands the car retailed for a whopping €465,974 and that’s before ordering optional equipment. Chances are some people bought the car as an investment since its value will only go up with time taking into account this is likely one of the last Ferraris to come with a naturally aspirated engine. Future models will adopt turbocharging or will use a hybrid powertrain.
Getting back to the car at hand, the Ferrari F12tdf is a true beast as its V12 engine has been tweaked and now pushes out 780 PS and 705 Nm of torque channeled to the road with help from a faster F12 dual-clutch transmission. This hardware setup will allow the model perform the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in 2.9 seconds and top out at more than 211 mph (340 km/h).
Aside from being more powerful than the regular F12 Berlinetta, this new Tour de France version is also 110 kg lighter and almost 100% more aerodynamic.