Despite the Ferrari F12tdf having only been announced mid-October, all 799 of these limited edition models have been sold out.
The F12tdf is based on the F12 Berlinetta and pays tribute to the legendary Tour de France races between 1899 and 1986, which were dominated by the Italian car maker in the ’50s and ’60s.
This incredible piece of engineering sports an updated 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 producing 574kW and is mated to F1 equivalent double clutch transmission. The F12tdf is also the first model to come with Ferrari’s new rear wheel steering technology dubbed “Virtual Short Wheelbase”. It functions by automatically adjusting the angle of the rear wheels to increase the vehicle’s stability at high speed, this technology guarantees handling performance similar to that of a competition car.
The new Ferrari cost customers a whopping €310,184 ($457,000 AUD) excluding country specific taxes and optional equipment.