Enjoy in video of the new and exciting Ferrari 812 Superfast

Ferrari 812 Superfast

One of the most important innovations of the current Geneva motor show has been the Ferrari 812 Superfast. The super sports car of the Italian house comes to revolutionize this segment because their business cards are more than good. If we begin by design, the designers of the firm have been known maintain the family air who have their brothers in the range, but providing it with its own elements that make it a unique model.

however, the best exponent the type of vehicle that you have wanted to create in Maranello is your mechanical. The 812 Superfast uses a petrol engine in settings V12 with 6.5 liters of displacement and a maximum power of 800 hp. This engine, for those who don’t know, is an evolution of the previous 6.2-liter that sits on the F12 Berlinetta and it happens to be the most powerful that has made the Italian home for a series model.

With this block the super car of Ferrari is capable of reaching zero to one hundred kilometers per hour in a mere 2,9 seconds. In addition, its maximum speed is marked at 340 kilometres per hour (is not self-limited). With these data in hand, it is not unreasonable to say that we are before one of the cars more sporting and suggestive that currently exist. For something is the model of street (and mass production) most powerful ever manufactured by Ferrari throughout his septuagenaria history.

For this and more, in the house of the Prancing horse have decided to launch the the first promotional video of the Ferrari 812 Superfast on its official YouTube channel. In it we can see it in motion, and delight our senses by listening it sounds like its impressive V12 engine and as it negotiates curves as the expert that is. We must recognize that the guys from Ferrari are true experts in creating this type of videos because they know to where they have to teach to make us want with all our desire one of their cars.

Give the play and go up the volume because you will make the hair stand on end.

Source – Ferrari