To make his cars aerodynamically efficient, Ferrari usually tries to avoid the discerning spoilers. In Maranello, one is now taking a more discreet approach to not disturb the handsome lineup. Ferrari puts a very detailed eye on the little things of the day. This 812 Superfast, the successor to the F12 Berlinetta, is proof of that. Unlike some of its competitors, air openings in the hood are perfectly in harmony with the front lights.
The interior of a Ferrari still fails to compare. The brand continues to bundle a maximum of functions by steering wheel keys, such as the direction indicators. According to Ferrari, that is logical, because that is where the driver’s hands must remain. Left and right of the steering column, you will find two small rotary knobs that change the menus in the counters to the left and right of the central counter which is also the most visible: the speed counter. It runs to 9,000 rpm, a speed that has just become unreachable with most of the turbo engines today.
An important development for the new Ferrari is that the car has power steering for the first time.