Ferrari's F12 M spotted in Italy

Ferrari's F12 M spotted in Italy New Ferrari
author image Santosh Nair
Friday 11 November 2016, 17:07 PM

Ferrari’s F12 M has been caught testing at Maranello in Italy. This version is the brand’s replacement for the F12 Berlinetta and will most likely be a mid-cycle update for the F12.

Ferrari's F12 M spotted in Italy

Reports suggest that the F12 M will not get hybrid technology as that will be reserved for the next generation of Ferrari V12s, like the brand announced a few days ago. Furthermore, Ferrari aims to maintain exclusivity for this model and will only build 799 units for the market. This model is anticipated to be powered by the naturally aspirated V12 motor that dates back to the Enzo, but the motor could be reworked to produce a claimed 770bhp.

Sources reveal that though the rear steering system of the F12 TDF may also find its way on to the F12 M, it could be set up a lot milder. Just like the Ferrari GTC 4 Lusso had a T version that used the 488 GTB's twin-turbo 3.9-litre V8, expect the new F12 M to follow the same route. Ferrari could reveal the F12 M at the upcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for details.

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