The Ferrari 812 GTS 2020, which is the Ferrari 812 Superfast, is the most powerful convertible ever to be sold.
50 years after Ferrari launched its latest Spider sports car with a 12-cylinder V-shaped front engine, its design reveals its renewed identity, redefining one of the most prominent models that have played an important role in the history of the unbridled horse brand since its inception.
The 12-cylinder Ferrari Spider tale includes many legendary models.It began in 1948 with the classic Ferrari 166 MM Grand Turismo, which won the two prestigious endurance races in the world in 1949: Millie Miglia and Le Mans 24 hours endurance.
This car is 4693 mm long, 1971 mm wide, 1276 mm high and 2720 mm wheelbase.
The Ferrari 812 GTS sets a new standard in terms of performance and exclusivity.At the heart of the new Ferrari is a 6.5-liter V12 engine with 789 hp (800 PS PS) and 718 Nm of torque, making it as we mentioned at the beginning of the most powerful cars. Spider on the market is the most versatile and thanks to its retractable metal surface, this engine is connected to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
The new Ferrari accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 3 seconds, from 0 to 200 km / h in 8.3 seconds, and a top speed of more than 340 km / h (211 mph).
The engine design of the exhaust system has been developed so that the engine sound and exhaust pipes are balanced and balanced to highlight the sporty character of the car when the roof is exposed.
In terms of aerodynamics, Ferrari designers faced two main challenges: first, to ensure the performance of the coupe when the roof was closed, and second, to ensure maximum comfort for passengers when the roof was exposed.
The Ferrari 812 GTS is equipped with a range of systems that offer an exceptional driving experience, including the Power Steering (EPS) system, which is used to take advantage of the cars potential and performance by handling all the dynamic electrical controls of the car, including the 5.0 version of the system. Ferrari has a lateral slip control and other integrated systems including the Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0, developed based on the experience of the F12 TDF.