Ferrari F12 TDF

into it. The side profile is completely unique, thanks to a shorter rear quarter window and different rear screen rake. Throw in the iconic three GTO vents and you’ve got a fascinating mix of iconic styling references and modern supercar technology


Ferrari calls it the Virtual Short Wheelbase system, but actually the four-wheel steering only ever turns the rear wheels in the same direction as the fronts beyond parking speeds, because the aim is to promote stability, which seems more like virtual long wheelbase to us

And that's not all. With the TDF having lapped Ferrari's Fiorano track in 1 minute and 21 seconds, the massaged F12 sits just 1.3 seconds behind the LaFerrari. And speaking of the hyper hybrid, you could always improve its practicality factor by adding a roof box