Ferrari F12berlinetta in a filthy garage in China
Published on October 10, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
A white Ferrari F12berlinetta, seen in a rather filthy garage on the Wufang Tianya Automobile Parts City in east Beijing where work was being done on the suspension. There is a huge Ferrari dealer in town, so why the owner choose to take his race machine here is a mystery to me. The mechanics got kinda mad when I tried to sneak inside for more shots, so I decided to stay just out…
The Ferrari F12berlinetta was launched on the Chinese market in June 2012 and costs 5.308 million yuan or 835.000 USD. Power comes from a screaming 6.3 liter V12 with 730hp and 690nm, good for a asphalt burning 340km/h top speed.
This fine white example is only the first F12 we see in the Capital. Time now for the rest of our Famous China-Ferrari F12berlinetta Collection™: license (6KF12), at the wedding, license (00F12), with 458, red in Zhongshan, with friends, black in Shanghai, on the move in Wenzhou, blue in Xiamen, dusty in Wuhan, red in Guangzhou (crashed), black in Chengdu, and a truck full in Shanghai