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Bengal Ferrari F12 Cavalry, more aggressiveness and the F12berlinetta carbon fiber

Bengala Ferrari F12 Caballeria

Bengal Automotive Design is a Spanish company dedicated to the design of automobiles. And they come with a reinterpretation of an Italian sports as it is the Ferrari F12berlinetta. Although this Bengal Ferrari F12 Cavalry bit will have to do with the model of series. He has been added a body kit much more aggressive and made of carbon fiber. The inspiration comes directly from Ferrari who compete in GT3.

We note that the company has changed virtually all panels, so that the F12berlinetta is more brutalized than ever. Carbon fiber has been used we assume that it will entail a significant reduction in weight, although there is still no data about this aspect. Standard model weighs 1,525 kg, so most likely will fall somewhat below this figure and improve its performance.

Bengala Ferrari F12 Caballeria

The engine will remain the V12 atmospheric of 6.2 liters which develops no less than 740 HP and 690 Nm of torque. The changes would enable it to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 3.1 seconds, which is what the series model takes. Could even be near them 2.9 seconds that makes the Ferrari F12tdf. His speed maximum could overcome them 340 km / h, although to know it there will be that wait the confirmation of the brand.

Of time only have said that want that the Bengal Ferrari F12 cavalry is very exclusive and therefore only will come to the sale 10 of these kits of bodywork. The price is not yet known, but surely it will be quite high, although that was to be expected considering the account than the standard car more than €300,000. The production will start soon and is expected to end in the summer of 2017.

Bengala Ferrari F12 Caballeria

Source-Bengal Automotive Design

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