The iconic Tour de France name is resurrected for an extreme version of the F12. Faster, lighter and packed with new technology, it’s a mouth-watering proposition. It’s got the glamour and inherent balance of a big front-engined rear drive machine, the breathless excitement of a normally aspirated V12 and so many cuts, slashes and aero devices that it reeks of motorsport and technology. Ferrari are producing 799 examples globally and we are very pleased to be able to offer one left hand drive F12 TDF for September/ October 2016. Contact us confidentially for more information.
The F12 TDF ups the ante considerably over the standard F12 in terms of drivetrain performance, aerodynamics, lightweight materials and solutions and, of course, chassis dynamics. The basics statistics are that power from the 6.3-litre V12 is up to 769bhp at 8500rpm (from 730bhp) and 520lb ft at 6750rpm (from 509lb ft), the 7-speed dual clutch transmission cuts shift time by 30-percent on upshifts and 40-percent on downshifts and the gear ratios themselves are shorter by 6-percent. Ferrari claim the tdf reaches 62mph from rest in 2.9-seconds and 124mph in 7.1-seconds. The top speed is ‘over 211mph’.