The star of the Ferrari stand at the Lyon show is him. From April 7 to 11, 2022, a racehorse manufacturer unveiled the latest version of the 812 Superfast at the Eurexpo exhibition center, as part of a Lyon car-racing event. This Ferrari 812 Competizione is actually the most modern version of the 812 Superfast, with the engine pushed to the limit with more aerodynamic body components.
With a shortage of 999 copies, all of which have already been sold, this special column launched in May 2021 made its first official appearance on the French show at the Lyon show. Presented here in the Le Mans Blue edition, which is associated with a yellow line running from the bonnet to the posterior curve. This back surface is equipped with spreaders, covers and irregular square pipes. Yellow is also highlighted on Pirelli brakes and tires.
Games Cockpit with a neat finish
The interior of Maranello’s main car was also visible to visitors at the Lyon exhibition. They were able to discover a dashboard covered by Alcantara, a half-carbon leather steering wheel with LED lights used to change gears, or even a designated area for the control of a seven-speed robot, made of aluminum brush.
Less than three seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h
As a reminder, this Ferrari 812 Competizione has a 6.5 V12 engine in the longitudinal front position. This animal grows 830 hp here, 30 hp beyond the basic 812 Superfast. Torque is slightly lower, with 692 Nm on the Competizione version versus 718 for Superfast. Lightweight at 38 kg, 812 Competizione weighs 1,487 kg on the scales, which allows it to drop 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 seconds (0.05 seconds below Superfast) and reach a top speed of 340 km / h.
This Ferrari 812 Competizione sold for € 499,000 each. His convertible version, called Competizione A, was more expensive, with prices set at € 578,000. Wind blowing with 830 hp under the right foot, has a price.
The Ferrari 812 Competizione is the best. This version of the 812 Superfast sees its V12 engine pushing to its limit, reaching 830 hp with 692 Nm of torque. The main Italian car was on display at the Lyon show, from April 7 to 11, 2022. Ferrari showed up at the Blue Le Mans livery, paired with a very sporty yellow line. It has a top speed of 340 km / h, this model reaches 0 to 100 km / h in just 2.85 seconds. Reduced by 999 copies, all for sale, costs at least € 499,000, excluding privatization options.