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The 812 Competizione is the ultimate expression of Ferrari’s concept of an extreme front-engined berlinetta and hones the characteristics of the critically-acclaimed 812 Superfast to a level never seen before. The car encapsulates and epitomises the company’s 70-plus years of experience on the world’s circuits, drawing on its thoroughbred sports car DNA to deliver a perfect marriage of performance, form and functionality. Aimed at Ferrari’s most passionate collectors and connoisseurs, it features numerous uncompromising engineering solutions to guarantee peerless driving pleasure
The brutal power unleashed by the powertrain is paired with new vehicle dynamics controls to ensure that the performance can be fully exploited and to guarantee maximum fun behind the wheel. Most distinctive of these solutions is the adoption of independent steering on all four wheels. This enhances the feeling of agility and precision when cornering as well as providing unparalleled responsiveness. Another noteworthy achievement is the development work undertaken to reduce the car’s overall weight, particularly the extensive use of carbon fibre. Lastly, the new model premieres version 7.0 of the renowned Side Slip Control vehicle dynamics system.
Target: Maximum Efficiency
In-depth cutting-edge aerodynamic research has produced solutions that are extreme in form, featuring profiles that are unprecedented for a road-legal car. From the new air ducts to a distinctly unconventional tail and exhaust configuration and even the patented design of the rear screen and front bumper, every modification is a faithful expression of Ferrari’s core belief that form must always follow function.
Light and Sporty
The interior architecture very much reflects that of the 812 Superfast, retaining the main dash and door panel interfaces and volumes, including the signature diapason motif. The new door panel has been redesigned to reduce weight and, combined with the introduction of the H-gate theme on the tunnel, this lends the cockpit a sportier, more modern edge that reflects the car’s racing spirit.
To maintain the traditional, incredibly high standard of engine sound whilst simultaneously introducing a GPF (Gasoline Particulate Filter), a new exhaust tailpipe was added. This design solution reinstates medium-high frequency sound. In order to deliver excellent acoustics, performance and aesthetics, the exhaust tailpipes are visible to underscore their function and the car’s track-inspired character. The addition of a second pair of resonators enhances the engine’s more noble combustion order harmonics, creating the perfect melding of the sound from the exhaust and from the intake system.
|Max RPM||9,500 rpm|
|Bore x Stroke||94 x 78 mm|
|Total Displacement||6496 cc|
|Maximum Power||819 hp|
|Maximum torque||561 lb-ft|
Dimensions and Weight
|Rear Track||64.8 in|
|ODM Weight||3278 lbs|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||92l|
Ferrari of Greenwich
342 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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