Before we delve in, we have to get this off our proverbial chests: There really, really needs to be a space between "F12" and "berlinetta." The way it is it looks like it's partially written in L337 and should be pronounced "Fiz-ber-LEEN-et-uh." We'll just call it the F12.
The engine is a whopping big 6.3L V12 that produces 730hp and 509 ft-lbs of torque. The real news is that this V12 has a red-line of 8,700 rpms. That is going to sound truly wonderful. All that power sends the car to 60mph in 3.1 seconds and around Ferrari's Fiorano test track in a record 1:23. Efficiency is even up 30% from the 599. The F12 will get around 15 mpg.
The styling was a joint effort between Ferrari and Pininfarina and it's a little overwrought. Despite that, we like it. We wish the front were a bit more classically designed, but the rear is brilliant.
What do you think?