Ferrari made an 812 Superfast convertibleNovember 26, 2019
The Italian automaker once again unveiled its 812 Superfast sports car to the world, though this time without a roof. Now the driver and passengers can even better hear this roar of an 800-horsepower engine.
Watching the Aston Martin DBS, Lamborghini Aventador and Bentley Continental GT conquer the “ultra-fast, expensive tanning salons” market, Italian carmaker Ferrari decided to tackle this as well, introducing the 812 GTS with an open top.
The humpback rear of the sports car hides a rigid folding roof. With the help of an electric drive, it is cleaned in just 14 seconds at a vehicle speed of up to 45 km / h. Now it will be much easier for the driver and passengers to hear the roar of the atmospheric 6.5-liter engine, delivering 800 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque.
Usually, when a company was going to produce convertibles, it created them based on California, Portofino and Spider for 458, 488 and now F8 Tributo. There were models 550, 575 and 599 without a roof, but they were produced in a very limited edition.
Even despite an increase of 75 kg to the total mass of the car, it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3 seconds using its V12 engine. The maximum speed is 340 km / h.
The new technology uses the same technologies as in the 812 Superfast. Side-Slip Angle Control, a manettino for switching modes, even a variable force on the steering wheel, which should help in controlling the slip in a skid. And also carefully designed aerodynamic elements. A car will cost buyers 336 thousand euros and more.
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