Ahead of the Ferrari F12 Versione Speciale’s expected debut at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show 2015 next week, two further prototypes have been spied testing in Italy. One test mule is painted red while the other is finished in a dark shade of blue, a colour not previously seen on other testers.
At the front, the test mules quite clearly feature newly designed front bumpers. The new bumper incorporates a revised grille while a modified bonnet is also present. Newly designed black wheels have also been fitted to both cars while at the sides we can see three prominent shark gills on the rear wheel arches.
The specifications for the Ferrari F12 Versione Speciale are not public knowledge. However, we hear that it will be a naturally-aspirated machine, powered by a 6.3-litre V12 engine. It will almost certainly produce around 800 hp and some are suggesting it could use the HY-KERS system developed for the LaFerrari. It should weigh approximately 1415 kg thanks to a 100 kg weight reduction. Just 650 copies will be produced and should land on customers driveways in Spring 2016.