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First Impressions of the 2025 Ferrari 12Cilindri with Its Revered V-12 Heart

2025 Ferrari 12 Cilindri: a masterpiece of automotive engineering that’s as thrilling as it is refined. This powerhouse has a 6.5-liter V12 engine, packing a whopping 830 horsepower and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds. With a sleek design and innovative aerodynamics, it’s a true beauty on the road.

This new V-12 beast isn’t just a car—it’s a celebration of Ferrari’s 77-year history of making top-notch engines. Gianmaria Fulgenzi, Ferrari’s top product guy, calls it “not just any old V-12, but the V-12.”

Under the hood, there’s a big 6.5-liter V-12 engine called the F140HD. It’s naturally aspirated, meaning no turbochargers, and it’s seriously powerful—818 horsepower! Plus, it can rev up to a mind-blowing 9,500 rpm.

With a new eight-speed transmission, this car can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 2.9 seconds and hit a top speed of about 211 mph. That’s some serious speed!

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But it’s not all about going fast in a straight line. The 12Cilindri is designed to handle like a dream, thanks to its lightweight chassis and smart aerodynamics. Flavio Manzoni, the guy in charge of design, says they took inspiration from classic Italian style and futuristic movies to make this car look as good as it drives.

Inside, it’s a mix of high-tech and luxury. There’s a fancy digital screen behind the steering wheel that shows all kinds of cool info, and a big touchscreen in the middle for stuff like music and navigation. You can even get super comfy carbon seats if you want.

This car isn’t for everyone, though. Enrico Galliera, Ferrari’s top marketing guy, says it’s “for the few.” Prices start at around $425,000 for the regular version and go up to nearly $470,000 for the convertible.

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