buying Ferrari Unveils Its 812 Superfast Special Edition
Carlos Sainz: Touching fan meeting on the sidelines of the Ferrari test in Fiorano
© Motorsport Images Carlos Sainz it was a need in Fiorano to say hello to the fans As part of a five-day private test in Fiorano, did not bring Ferrari this week only his regular drivers and young drivers behind the wheel, but also attracted a handful of fans to the track who wanted to catch a glimpse of Sainz, Leclerc and Co. Sainz has already established himself as a new fan favorite.
- showed the first official photographs of the special version of its .
- The company said the model’s official name and further technical information will be revealed on May 5 during a live-streamed event on Ferrari’s social media channels.
- Ferrari calls the new car“the ultimate expression of Ferrari DNA: exclusivity, a racing soul, and the pinnacle of automotive innovation.”
unveiled a special edition of its 812 Superfast housing what the company says is its road car engine ever. The company describes the car as“the ultimate expression of Ferrari’s concept of an extreme , honing the characteristics of the critically acclaimed 812 Superfast to a level never seen before.” And indeed the car has several mechanical and dynamic upgrades over your basic Superfast.
Formula 1 technology: is Ferrari planning a major engine revolution for 2022?
For the Formula 1 season 2021, there should be only selective improvements to the Ferrari engine - the following year there could be a big revolution for this experts agree: Ferrari had the worst engine in the 2020 Formula 1 season in The Field. That should change in 2021, which is why Scuderia will adapt the drive in several areas . While this is just an evolution, they may be working in the background on a major revolution for 2022.
The front-mounted V12’s power is up from 789 hp to 819 hp, though Ferrari didn’t say whether the new car’s V12 is 6.5 liters. Modifications include a new valve-timing mechanism and new exhaust system. Ferrari says the rev limit is up from 8900 rpm to 9500 rpm, so it’s Ferrari’s highest-revving production engine ever, the company says.
Ferrari gave no performance figures, but it has promised that the engine will deliver“pure but brutal power.” Other changes include handling enhancements such as four-wheel independent steering. Ferrari says this will extend“the feeling of agility and precision when cornering, as well as providing unparalleled responsiveness to steering inputs.”
2021 Husqvarna FC 450 Rockstar Edition Dyno Test
How much power does Husqvarna’s special-edition 450 motocrosser make in 2021?Since 2018, Husqvarna has offered a limited-edition version of its standard FC 450 model called the FC 450 Rockstar Edition. Typically unveiled before the beginning of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross series, the 2021 model was no different as Husqvarna released details about the bike in early December 2020. Although it features several trick components from the Husqvarna Technical Accessories catalog, the only parts on this year’s model that could give it a different power character in comparison to the standard FC 450 are the Connectivity Unit and FMF Racing Factory 4.1 silencer.
The new car uses more carbon fiber and has revised aero pieces including new bumpers, splitters, and diffusers as well as an aluminum panel rather than a glass rear window—all for more downforce.“Every modification is a faithful expression of Ferrari’s core belief that form must always follow function,” the company says.
Ferrari didn’t say when the car would go on sale and we can only guess how much more it’s going to cost over the Superfast’s $335,000 sticker price.
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Ferrari 812 Competizione Has 819 Horsepower, Revs Higher .
It's also available as an open-roof Aperta model, and its naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V-12 screams all the way up to 9500 rpm. This is a limited-edition version of the Ferrari 812 Superfast, and it's rumored to be called the Versione Speciale. Its V-12 engine produces 819 horsepower, 30 more than the standard 812, and it revs to 9500 rpm. Ferrari will reveal it in full on its social media channels at on May 5 at 8:30 a.m. ET.