Sunday , April 18 2021
Home / News / The successor to the Ferrari F12 will also mount an atmospheric V12

The successor to the Ferrari F12 will also mount an atmospheric V12

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

According to various media, sources close to the home of the prancing horse have stated that the successor to the Ferrari F12 will not mount a supercharging system, nor much less adopt a hybrid propulsion system with electric motors. Many were sources that pointed to the next generation would use a V8 engine with turbo and low engine displacement, however, the latest rumors speak of a 6.3 liter V12 update.

The downsizing and the hybrid systems also come to the Supercars. In fact, the current model fast Ferrari, the LaFerrari, has a gasoline engine that sends power to the rear wheels and an electrical system that distributes its power on the front wheels. According to Motoring. com. au, to reduce emissions and the cost of fuel will reduce the weight of the vehicle.

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

In addition, speaks of that to reduce the drag coefficient when not needed a lot of support, it will feature Active aerodynamics, which will increase the burden on certain conditions to improve stability and reduce the distance of braking, while quiet in accelerations and working conditions will improve the flow of air through the body.

For its part, and as mentioned above, the 6.3 liter V12 that is placed in front position will receive some modifications to achieve greater efficiency, also increasing the maximum yield around 20 horses compared to the F12tdf, let him near 815 u 820 horses. The F12berlinetta, with its 740 HP is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 in 3.1 seconds, so his successor should be able to stop the Chrono in less than 3 seconds without too many problems.

Ferrari F12 was launched in 2012 and Autobild indicates that the Italian company intends the replacement in 2019, although it’s not official. Therefore, and if our colleagues are right, the time of production of the current model will die when you take seven years on the market.

Check Also


Volkswagen AG could be thinking in getting rid of Ducati

Large auto groups are thinking how can grow to be more competitive and save money …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *