Enzo, you’ve done it again. These are the things that little boy’s dreams are made of; red Ferraris. Even Ferris Buehler had to experience one. Now the minds behind the greatest F1 Team in history have unleashed a new road chariot of the gods, the Berlinetta. The type of car that makes you want to get up and switch your Folgers with a little Shell Ultra Helix 5W-40 in the morning.
Built on a frame and chassis that seemed to be whispered from the ghosts of Maranello, Italy and forged in beauty, pride, and greatness. This front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, grand tourer surpasses its predecessor the 599 in looks, agility, and ferociousness. The Berlinetta’s 6.3 L V12 is tuned better than the New York Philharmonic and could outrun the competition like Usain Bolt versus Canadians. It’s able to go 0 to 124 mph in 8.5 seconds.
Being comprised of an aluminum space frame chassis co-developed by Carrozzeria Scaglietti, the Berlinetta was able to shed some unwanted pounds and reduce its weight by 70 kg from the bulkier 599. But to touch this seven-speed dual-clutch with a semi-automatic gearbox dream machine expect to fork over a lot of Euros. The price hasn’t been set but its pappy the 599 was $310-411,000 bucks. And don’t forget it only gets 11 mpg city/15 hwy.