At the recent Finale Mondiali event hosted by Ferrari at the Mugello Circuit, the potent Ferrari F12tdf celebrated its public debut. On display at the event were both red and yellow examples of the hardcore F12 Berlinetta and unsurprisingly, both really turned heads despite being surrounded by the likes of the Italian marque’s XX-branded models.
Powering the F12tdf is the same 6.3-litre naturally-aspirated V12 engine as the F12 Berlinetta. However, power has been significantly increased from 719 hp up to 770 hp at 8500 rpm. Meanwhile, torque has been bumped from 509 lb-ft to 520 lb-ft at 6750 rpm with 80 per cent of that peak torque figure available from 2500 rpm.
Thanks to these horsepower and torque gains, the Ferrari F12tdf will accelerate to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds before maxing out a top speed in excess of 340 km/h. In order to boost the engine’s efficiency, Ferrari has drawn on its Formula One experience. As such, fuel consumption sits at 18.3 mpg with 360 g/km of CO2 emissions being emitted.
While we’ve yet to see videos of the F12tdf in action, Ferrari has confirmed a Fiorano lap time of just 1:21, which is two seconds faster than the standard F12 Berlinetta and just 1.3 seconds behind the LaFerrari hypercar.