Ferrari F12berlinetta (2013)

  
CARBARN | Ferrari F12berlinetta (2013) | The on-line unveiling of the Ferrari F12berlinetta ushers in a new generation of Ferrari 12-cylinder in the form of a car That delivers unprecedented performance from an exceptional new engines, combined with innovative design redefines classic themes That along with extreme aerodynamics. Ferrari's traditional transaxle layout has been revolutionized to match the more extreme performance of the car. The wheelbase has been shortened and the engine, dashboard and seats have been lowered in the chassis, while the new layout of the rear suspension and gearbox enabled Ferrari's engineers to the make the rear volume of the smaller car.


This has resulted in a 20 per cent increase of structural rigidity while reducing in weight to just 1525 kg (70 kg less than the previous V12 coupé) with an ideal distribution Between the axles (54 per cent over the rear). The Ferrari F12berlinetta's 6262cc 65 ° V12 engine delivers unprecedented performance and revs for a naturally-aspirated 12-cylinder


The engine is mated to the F1 dual-clutch transmission, the which has closer gear ratios developed specifically for this car's performance. The Ferrari F12berlinetta boasts a weight-to-power ratio of just 2.1 kg / CV. Fuel consumption has been reduced by 30%, with CO2 emissions of just 350 g / km - the which figures put the Ferrari F12berlinetta at the top of the high-performance league.


Similarly excellent results have been obtained with the car's aerodynamic development, thanks to the integration of the design process with extensive computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations and lengthy testing in the wind tunnel. The second is the Active Brake Cooling, A System That opens guide vanes to the brake cooling ducts only at high operating temperatures, again reducing drag. The Ferrari F12berlinetta's impressive technical specifications are completed by Ferrari's latest generation carbon-ceramic brakes (CCM3) and the evolution of the magnetorheological suspension control system (SCM-E).


The result is that? Benchmark performance and maximum driving involvement are guaranteed by immediate turn-in, with smaller steering wheel angles, and Increased cornering speed. Stopping distances have also been drastically reduced. The design of the Ferrari F12berlinetta is a result of the collaboration Between the Ferrari and Pininfarina Styling Centre and is a perfect balance of aerodynamics with Harmonious proportions Uncompromising interpreting the typical elements of Ferrari's front-engined V12 cars in an original and innovative way. A coupé with sleek, aggressive lines Whose compact exterior dimensions conceal exceptional in-car space and comfort.


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