Ferrari Unveils The 12-Cilindri

When you think of a classic Ferrari shape, there are two options. The modern interpretation is a low, long, sleek mid-engine car with an aggressive stance, ready to tear up a track. The other is the classic interpretation, a berlinetta with a low and long hood with a monstrous V12 rumbling beneath, with a rearward two-seat cabin almost over the rear axle.

The new 2025 Ferrari 12Cilindri (a.k.a. Dodici Cilindri) pays homage to that old school interpretation, with a ton of influence from the 1968 365GTB/4 Daytona’s classic shape. But, as with every Ferrari, what counts the most is the engine.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

In perhaps the last interpretation of the by-now-legendary Tipo F140 that started life in the Enzo, this one is labelled the Tipo F140HD, and what a swan song it is.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

Redline is 9,500 RPM. It uses a dry-sump lubrication system. It retains the splayed-out 65 degree V. Power is 819 BHP at a screaming 9,250 RPM. Torque is a flat 500 lbs-ft at 7,250 RPM.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

New for the 12Cilindri is a variable-geometry intake system, reduced friction low mass valvetrain and rotating assemblies, and an all new bit of technical wizardry dubbed Aspirated Torque Shaping (ATS). ATS electronically controls the twisting action in the engine in third and fourth gears to optimize low to mid-range torque delivery, which translates to 80% of the torque available at a ridiculously low 2,500 RPM.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

Also all new for the 12Cilindri is a close-ration 8-speed dual-clutch transaxle that changes gears in the time it takes you to think about blinking.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

Weighing in at a dry 3,439 pounds, there will be a coupe and spider model, and both will achieve 60 MPH in 2.9 seconds, 124 MPH in 7.9 seconds, and the top speed is North of 200 MPH.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

While we will have an ultimate guide up soon with all the technical information gone thought thoroughly, the last bit of pertinent immediate information is the price.

Ferrari 12Cilindri

The 12Cilindri is definitely not an entry level supercar, as the coupe’s MSRP is the equivalent of $417,000, and the spider’s MSRP coming in at an eye watering $465,000. Both prices are before options, so you can realistically expect a production car to be in the $500,000+ range.

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