2017 Ferrari F12 M Spotted

Posted: Oct 26 2016, 10:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 27 2016, 9:58pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

2017 Ferrari F12 M Spotted
 

The successor to F12 is being developed these days by the company.

The 2017 Ferrari F12 M is supposed to be revealed officially at the 2017 Geneva Moto Show. However we spotted a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta near a Ferrari Maranello base in a video.

The video has shown two development cars which were under thick padding in order to hide the body of these two. However we were able to state the obvious facts about the shape of these cars too.

According to our analysis, it can be said with conviction that it will be a facelift version of older models rather than a totally new car from scratch. 

The new car is being rumored from some months to be called the F12 so we are going with the same name here too. The F12 M will actually use are worked version of F12 Berlinetta’s already present V12 engine.

It is also being speculated that its power out will be raised from 720bhp to 769bhp, according to AutoCar. The 769bhp is the power which is provided in F12tdf.

This kind of horsepower will help the car to go from 0-62mph in mere 3.1 seconds. The agility of car might be improved to support the speed by introducing Ferrari’s very own virtual short wheelbase, active rear steering system which is found in F12tdf. 

The F12 M might also get the dual-screen infotainment set up which will be introduced in GT4C Lusso. Other than that we are hoping to see a lot of new updates in the interior of car as well. We are expecting its price to be almost 241,073 pounds for the entry level. 

It was also said earlier that F12 might be getting the hybrid module for the 2017 model as well. However it is now confirmed that a hybrid powered V12 Ferrari won’t be introduced until a new flagship is introduced by the year 2020. 

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