Ferrari 812 (2018)
Well, this one is not the regular Ferrari that we are talking about, The Ferrari 812 Superfast is indeed one of the most powerful front-engine production cars to be produced. The Italian performance car manufacturer has introduced the 812 Superfast as a replacement for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The aggressive design element gives it a sporty stance. The 812 Superfast competes against the Lamborghini Aventador in the Indian car market.
Moving on to the interesting part, the Ferrari 812 Superfast is powered by a 6.5-litre V12 engine that generates a massive 789bhp of power at 8500rpm with the peak torque of 718Nm which kicks in at about 7000rpm. The powerful engine comes mated to a custom-built Getrag 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. The rear-wheel drive vehicle is capable of sprinting from 0 to 100kmph in just about 2.9 seconds, while the top speed is restricted to 340kmph. For all that power, the 812 Superfast gets the carbon ceramic brakes for maximum control.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast gets a wide gasping grille with a prancing horse located in the centre of the mesh-grille. It gets LED headlamps, quad circular LED taillamps, a rear diffuser and breathing gills on the hood. The aero cluster on the front houses an air duct which effectively cools the brakes. The fins on the bumper channels air into the duct that directs air to the underbody thereby reducing drag at speeds over 180kmph. Moreover, every scoop, duct, and vane has been designed to help with additional downforce.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast gets luxurious upholstery in form of carbon fibre and leather around the cabin. The customers get to choose from 12-speaker high-end audio system. Speaking of electronics, the Italian performance car manufacturer offers the Ferrari Peak Performance (FPP) technology that updates the driver that the car is at the limit of its grip in a corner by an increase in steering torque. Additionally, it also offers the Ferrari Power Oversteer (FPO) system helps while exiting corners as it increases the steering torque and feedback to help the driver control the car during oversteer.