2016 Ferrari F12tdf
Year of manufacture2016
- Just 430 km from new
- Stunning Bianco Avus over Nero Alcantara, exceptionally well optioned
- Recently serviced at Charles Pozzi Paris
- Delivered new to Sweden
Looking to harken back to their great GT cars of the 1950s with the high-performance version of the F12 Berlinetta, Ferrari chose to name it the F12tdf, for Tour de France. A nickname originally given to the 250 GT Berlinetta Competizione in the late 1950s after its stunning streak of wins at the Tour de France Automobile. Very much echoing those cars in terms of silhouette, only 799 examples would be produced, keeping it a truly limited-production automobile.
Much like the Tour de France of the 1950s, at the F12tdf’s heart is a V-12 engine, producing a massive 769 bhp, 39 bhp more than the standard F12 Berlinetta. Furthermore, Ferrari’s engineers were able to shed 110 kg of weight. Its performance figures are truly outstanding. Accelerating from 0–100 km/h takes just 2.9 seconds, and arriving at 200 km/h will happen precisely five seconds later. To put this performance into perspective, the F12tdf will lap Fiorano in 1:21:00, only 1.3 seconds after the LaFerrari.
Delivered new to Sweden through the authorised Ferrari dealer Autoropa in Arlöv, this F12tdf boasts a stunning and tasteful specification. Finished in Bianco Avus over a Nero interior upholstered in Alcantara, it is fitted with a vast number of optional extras. Outside, the car is fitted with brake calipers finished in Rosso Scuderia, the sports exhaust system, the ‘HELE’ stop-start system, rear parking camera, as well as the headlight buckets, filter box, and fog lamps finished in carbon fibre. In terms of interior options, the car is fitted with the high-power hi-fi sounds system with Bluetooth and satellite navigation, a yellow rev counter, large-size carbon fibre racing seats, the passenger display, and the passenger footwell-mounted fire extinguisher, in addition to numerous Alcantara options in Nero, alongside seatbelts and Cavallinos stitched in the headrest in Rosso.
Despite the car’s incredibly low milage, showing just 430 km from new, it has been regularly serviced throughout its life by authorized Ferrari dealers. The car’s first two services in 2017 and 2019 were carried out by Monaco Motors, while its services in 2020, 2021, and 2022 were all carried out by Charles Pozzi Paris. Its most recent service was carried out in April of this year, and the car has travelled less than 20 km since.
This F12tdf presents in virtually as-new condition throughout, having been very well looked after by its previous custodians. These cars have been highly sought after since day one and provide truly exceptional performance. This particular example provides its new owner a fantastic opportunity to acquire a virtually as-new F12tdf that is equally ready to become part of a larger Ferrari collection, or to be driven and enjoyed.
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