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2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast

Body Style — 2+2 Coupe
Colour — Argento Nurburgring
Engine — 6.5-litre V12
Transmission — 7-speed dual-clutch
Drive — Rear
Power — 588 kW @ 8,500 rpm
Torque — 718 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Kms — 907
Price — $699,900 plus ORC
Stock Number — N40200
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  • Faster than Fast

    Faster than Fast

    Superfast? It seems like an obvious statement for any Ferrari, but in the case of the 812 Superfast, the name is not only deserved, it’s actually a bit of an understatement. Consider the numbers. The Superfast will accelerate form rest to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds, a time fast enough to embarrass a lot of superbikes. It will then carry on to 200 km/h in 7.9 seconds and has a top speed of 340 km/h.

  • Dynamic Capabilities

    Dynamic Capabilities

    So yes, fast, but also supremely capable in every other dynamic direction. For instance, the car can stop from 100 km/h in just 32 metres, thanks to the carbon-ceramic braking package borrowed from LaFerrari. Stable, high-speed handling, meanwhile, is the result of careful aerodynamic development, inherently good weight distribution, four-wheel-steering and adaptive suspension.

  • What More Could You Ask For?

    What More Could You Ask For?

    The Superfast replaced the F12 Berlinetta in 2017, continuing Ferrari’s family of front-engined, normally-aspirated V12-engined, two-seat grand tourers. This particular car has been highly optioned and includes carbon-fibre trim fixtures, electrically-adjustable seats, yellow tachometer, LED steering wheel, surround-view camera system, black exhaust tips, a passenger-oriented instrument display, red brake calipers, suspension lifter and Cavallinos stitched into the leather headrests.

  • Act Fast, Super Fast

    Act Fast, Super Fast

    Tipped on its launch to be the last of the normally-aspirated Ferraris, the Superfast was an immediate hit, with the entire Australian allocation sold before the first cars had even hit showrooms. As such, it remains a desirable car for all the right reasons as well as an elusive one to see being offered for sale. All of which means you’ll need to act fast. Possibly even super-fast.

  • Features:

    Features:

    Features include: Powered seats, yellow tachometer, red brake calipers, carbon-fibre trim, passenger’s instrument display, carbon-ceramic brakes, four-wheel-steering, adaptive cruise-control, dual-zone climate-control, navigation, selectable drive modes, paddle-shifters, suspension lifter, painted 10-inch alloy wheels, black exhaust tips, LED steering wheel.

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