There’s truly no other car on the road like it. The 2015 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Coupe is costly, and with a meager $300k price tag, it’s a muse reserved purely for the ultra-elite.
The 2015 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is a smoking-hot, two-seater coupe that was made to devour the road. Its curvy front fascia nearly melts into the car in an eclectic manner, loping eloquently over the wheelbase with sloped, all-LED beam front lighting and a gorgeous, sexy hood vent.
The indented and aerodynamic curvatures of the doors meet with an elegant rear that just screams fanciness from the highest mountaintops. But in all its prestige, this racecar is not designed to get you to and from home to work without feeling bumps in the road or while enjoying a Blu-Ray rear seat entertainment center (like you would in a Rolls-Royce).
Nope. It was designed for one thing: Speed. What’s its food? The road (and your heavy right foot).
Loaded like you’d expect, you’ll get 20-inch premium alloy wheels with rugged summer touring tires and Ferrari’s signature adaptive magnetorheological suspension dampers with carbon-ceramic brakes for ultimate control.
Upfront, you’ll see every inch of the road with automatic xenon headlights paired with rain-sensing wipers. Other notable features include: parking sensors (front and rear), customizable driver settings, remote entry/start, two-zone climate control, powered front seating, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and a trademark hide leather interior with badging.
Don’t forget to add on the options. Ferrari offers different body colors, painted brake calipers, front and rear parking cameras, fitted carbon-fiber race seats, premium sound system and more, all for the right price, of course.
The real shining star in this coupe, though, is found under the hood. There you will be able to gawk over a monstrous 6.3-liter V12 engine that cranks out a whopping 731 horsepower and 508 pound-feet of torque.
All it’s missing is wings, and this baby could fly.