The Ferrari 812 Superfast was unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. It was released as a successor of another iconic model, the Ferrari F12. Its worldwide introduction marked the legendary company’s 70th anniversary. The Ferrari 812 GTS debuted in September 2019 as its open-top version.
Locally, it was launched in April 2018 to welcome a fresh era in Ferrari that continues to set the standard in supercars that utilize 12-cylinder engines.
The body structure of the Ferrari 812 Superfast measures 4,657mm long 1971mm wide, and 1,276mm tall. It was built in reference to the F21berlinetta. To instill the vehicle with modern vibes, Ferrari Styling Center added contemporary details such as a mesh grille, pair of extended Full LED headlights, efficient air vents in its bonnet, elegant long hood, dramatic rear with quad circle tail lights, and a rear diffuser.
Its convertible version, the Ferrari 812 GTS flaunts a slightly lengthened body that measures 4,693mm long. It is built with a foldable hardtop, revised diffuser, flying buttresses, and smaller quarter windows.
Supporting the vehicle is a set of 20-inch forged wheels offered in Grigio Scuro, liquid silver, and diamond-finish.
The cabin of the Ferrari 812 Superfast received some styling cues from the V12 Berlinetta. Its gorgeous interior is filled with highlights such as an upgraded instrument cluster, modern contours on the dashboard, gauge cluster with dual-screen, dash loops on the air vents, multi-colored racing bucket seats, steering wheel with control on the suspension, driving mode, wipers, high-beam, and media.
Technology & Safety Features
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is packed with the latest innovation such as an infotainment system with updated software, navigation, Bluetooth streaming, and Apple CarPlay.
It is also loaded with tons of safety features such as a generous number of reliable airbags, an advanced traction control system with slip angle control, tire pressure monitoring, front/rear cameras, front/rear parking sensors, cross-traffic alert, and more.
Platform & Chassis
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive V12 vehicle paired with advanced aerodynamic technology to match its chassis control system.
It is built with carbon-ceramic Brembo Extreme design disc brakes that promises an ideal 5.8% increase in its braking performance.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Ferrari 812 Superfast and the Ferrari 812 GTS is powered by a 6.5-liter, naturally aspirated V12 engine that guarantees an astounding 800 horsepower and 718 Newton meters. The engine is paired by a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and can run at a maximum speed of 340km/h.