Ferrari has officially showcased the new stunning F12berlinetta at the Geneva Motor Show. The super sports car is displayed on the stand in two new colours, Rosso Berlinetta and Aluminium. It features a brutal naturally aspirated V12 and aerodynamics have also been honed to the extreme in an innovative design that redefines classic Ferrari themes.

It is powered by a 6.3 liter 65° V12 engine with 740PS (544 kW) and 690Nm (509 lb-ft). 0-100 km/h – 3.1 seconds and 0-200 km/h in 8.5 seconds. The top speed is over 340 km/h. The efficiency is poor – an average 18.8 mpg UK – 15 litres per 100 km with CO2 emissions of 350 g/km.

The car is pretty small and its engine, dashboard and seats are lower in the chassis to achieve low center of gravity. A new suspension and gearbox layout helps reduce the car's rear volume. The result is fantastic with a weight distribution 46:54 (front-rear axle).

Check out the full specs here.

The stand also features a special area for clients wishing to make their Ferrari truly unique by availing of the exclusive Tailor-Made programme which offers a selection of materials, colours and finishes that span both the marque's tradition and history and the very latest trends. The Tailor-Made area will be showcasing an FF with several unusual personalisation features, including a new three-layer Grigio Ingrid livery, pinstripe cloth and Testa di Moro semi-aniline leather seats, cashmere headliner and teak-trimmed boot.

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Source: Ferrari