Spyshots: More Powerful Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Caught Testing

A mysterious camouflaged Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was recently spied testing and reports suggest that it could be the prototype for either a GTO, Stradale, HGTE or more likely, a convertible version of the Italian supercar.

The car was spotted testing in Italy and features additional horizontal slits next to the taillights which are not present on the current production model. These could be there to make up for the other air vents being blocked off by camouflage, or they could indicate an uprated variant of the Ferrari’s V12 engine.

In base form the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta produces 740hp from its 6.2-liter V12 engine. Add to that a peak torque output of 509lb-ft and it comes as no surprise that the rear-wheel drive supercar can sprint to 100km/h in just 3.1 seconds and onto a top speed of 340km/h.

Although still possible, it’s extremely unlikely Ferrari will build a GTO variant of the F12 Berlinetta so early on in its production run meaning it’s far more likely to be a convertible or HGTE prototype.

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[Via The Supercar Kids]

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