Ferrari California T

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The Finali Mondiali at Mugello also allow a close up view of all the Ferraris currently in production, ranging from the V12s, the displacement that Enzo Ferrari said he had "married and never divorced", to the V8s of the special series.

The F12berlinetta is prominent in the 12-cylinder category. Its award-winning 740-HP engine makes it the most powerful Ferrari road car ever built. Next to that comes the FF, whose four seats and four-wheel-drive have revolutionised the concept of the GT sports car.

The elegance, sportiness and versatility of the Ferrari California T stand out in the 8-cylinder category. This car is the latest edition of a model that has written some famous chapters in the history of the "Prancing Horse" and is an ideal combination of driving pleasure and comfort. The Ferrari 488 GTB and its rear central V8 where 488 stands for the cylinder capacity and GTB for "Gran Turismo Berlinetta", provides exceptional performance while also offering an easy ride for inexperienced drivers. Its recent open top version, the 488 Spider, is perfect for anyone seeking the unforgettable excitement of open-air driving on twisting and challenging roads.

Finally, we come to the Special Series, beginning with LaFerrari and its 12-cylinder 963 horsepower hybrid power train, the most powerful naturally aspirated engine ever fitted on a Ferrari road car. This beauty has a maximum speed of 350 km/h and can accelerate from zero to 200 km/h in just 7 seconds. Then of course there is the latest edition to the Maranello range, the F12tdf. This car, that will be presented on Sunday, is derived from the 12-cylinder F12berlinetta but now has a 780 HP engine. The "Prancing Horse" has produced 799 examples of this car whose name is a tribute to the Tour de France, the legendary race from the sixties and seventies so often won by Ferrari. This car is derived from the 12-cylinder F12berlinetta but now has a 780 HP engine. The "Prancing Horse" has produced 799 examples of this car whose name is a tribute to the Tour de France, the legendary race from the sixties and seventies so often won by Ferrari.