The Ferrari 812 Superfast is trending as being in list of fastest cars in India

The Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari introduced the Ferrari 812 Superfast (Type F152M), a front-mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand toured, at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The Ferrari 812 Superfast is the successor to the F12berlinetta.
With a few new styling cues like quad circular tail lights, air vents on the bonnet, full LED headlamps, and a body-colored rear diffuser, the design is based on the F12berlinetta. Although the car was designed at the Ferrari Styling Centre, its two-box, high tail design is meant to resemble that of the Pininfarina designed 365 GTB/4 Daytona.
The 812 Superfast’s Interior, particularly the layout and positioning of the air vents and the dashboard’s contours, are inspired by the interior of the LaFerrari as well as the F12berlinetta that came before it.

Included in the Ferrari flagship model lineup, the 812 Superfast's centre control stack lacks the central infotainment display found in base models like the GTC4Lusso and Portofino. Instead, it has a small temperature display for the climate control system and divides all vehicle status information displays between the driver's multifunction instrument cluster and the passenger-side touchscreen stack display located above the glove compartment.

Similar to some earlier models, the 812 Superfast has the option of being ordered with a multi-piece, model name-tagged luggage set that is specifically designed to fit into the trunk of the car.


1. Engine
The 812 Superfast is powered by a 6,496 cc (6.5 L) F140 GA V12 engine, which is a larger version of the 6.3-litre engine found in the F12berlinetta. It has a power output of 800 PS at 8,500 rpm and a torque output of 718 Nm at 7,000 rpm. In 2018, Ferrari claimed that the engine of the 812 Superfast was the most potent naturally aspirated production car ever produced. Neither hybrid technology nor turbocharging are present. Automobiles manufactured in 2020 or later are equipped with the emissions device; vehicles manufactured in 2019 or earlier were not equipped with petrol particulate filters.

2. Gearbox
The gearbox for the 812 Superfast is a Getrag 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox based on the gearbox used in the 458.

3. Wheels
Both the front and rear wheels of the 812 Superfast are 20 inches in diameter. The Pirelli P Zero tyres have front tyre codes of 275/35 ZR 20 and rear tyre codes of 315/35 ZR 20. Ferrari states that the carbon-ceramic Brembo Extreme Design disc brakes, when compared to the F12berlinetta, have 5.8% better braking performance from 100 km/h to 0 km/h. The brakes, which measure 360 mm (14.2 in) at the back and 398 mm (15.7 in) at the front, are taken from the LaFerrari.

4. Aerodynamics
To improve drag coefficient values over the F12berlinetta, the car uses a combination of active and passive aerodynamics. The front of the car is designed to increase downforce, with intakes for front brake cooling and ducts to increase underbody air flow. The car's bonnet also has air bypasses to move air to the side of the car for added downforce and aero efficiency. The 812 Superfast's rear diffuser has active flaps that can open at high speeds to reduce drag.

5. Performance 
According to Ferrari, the 812 Superfast can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) in 2.9 seconds, with a maximum speed of 340 km/h (211 mph). Per horsepower (PS), the car's power to weight ratio is 2.18 kg (4.81 lb). The first Ferrari with electronic power steering, or EPS, is the 812 Superfast. Additionally, it has the same Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0 rear-wheel steering system as the F12 TDF limited edition. The car's weight distribution is 53% in the back and 47% in the front. The car is 0.50 seconds slower than the more track-focused F12tdf after lapping the Fiorano racecourse in 1:21.50.


812 GTS
The Ferrari 812 GTS, the open-top variant of the 812 Superfast, was unveiled in September 2019. Due to the fact that the convertible versions of the 550, 575, and 599 were limited edition vehicles intended only for select clients, this is the first front-engine V12 series production convertible model that Ferrari has offered in fifty years.

812 Competizione & Competizione A

Ferrari unveiled the Competizione, a limited-edition, track-focused version of the 812 Superfast on May 5, 2021. Accompanying this version was the Competizione A, or Aperta, which is Ferrari's name for its limited-edition open-top models and means "open" in Italian. Both variants feature a larger 6.5-liter V12 engine, significant aerodynamic improvements, and the addition of a separate four-wheel steering system. The updated engine has a redline of 9,500 rpm and is rated at 830 PS (610 kW; 819 hp) at 9,250 rpm with 692 N⋅m (510 lb⋅ft) of torque at 7,000 rpm.

The most recent versions of Ferrari's lightweight, limited-edition front-mid-engined V12 Berlinetta platform are the 812 Competizione and Competizione A. They are the F12 TDF and 599 GTO's direct heirs. Only 599 Competizione A and 999 Competizione will be made overall, and they are both sold out. These vehicles, like other Ferrari models that are strictly limited, are only given to clients who fulfil specific requirements.

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