Limited-Edition Ferrari 812 Superfast To Reveal On May 5
Many supercar manufactures don’t call on feelings as intense as Ferrari. The F40 continues to be considered one of the most famous vehicles ever, and in the near future, this will not change as well. Take, for example, LaFerrari, which always has a spot in what we call the Holy Trinity. And now Ferrari’s prepared to make it happen again on 5 May. The pictures of a new 812 Superfast model have been announced.
The official name of this limited edition supercar and further technical information will be published on 5 May.
What we know is that Limited-Edition Ferrari 812 Superfast will drop 830HP from the 65° natural V12 engine of the Maranello. It is the most important tune ever to be launched from the factory to bring things into perspective. The LaFerrari and the SF90 Stradale are more powerful motors but the hybrid mechanisms used in automobiles only make them more powerful. It revs up to 9,500 rpm.
Ferrari notes that the motor uses a lot of redeveloped parts, a revised valve timing mechanism, and a brand-new exhaust system for this new Limited-Edition Ferrari 812 Superfast. The model is “the last expression of Ferrari’s idea of an intense front-engineered Berlinetta, shaping the features of the highly acclaimed 812 Superfast to a degree that never had before been seen,” says the manufacturer itself.
There are enough visual and graphical updates to prove that, while the edition is indeed an 812 Superfast, it is much more extreme. Though Limited-Edition Ferrari 812 Superfast looks beautifully dead, the limited version shown here seems threatening. The use of a stronger forward bumper and splitter and a carbon blade over the cap has succeeded.
The model has a newly redesigned kit as far as the aero is concerned. Ferrari appears to deliver more downforce than usual 812. It will have brand new rear diffuser and exhaust systems and a proprietary back screen concept with vortex generators, and new front-air intakes.
The back glass was replaced with a single piece of aluminum construction and the vortex generators, as reported by Ferrari, are helping to increase air quality. The back spoiler is even bigger, meaning that the back wheels are planted at an angle to the ground.
We’re not sure if this silver will only be available on a yellow stripe spec, or how many will be made, but we’re going to know more when next month Ferrari starts the limited edition model.