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Ferrari 812 Superfast

(2017 - present)

The Ferrari 812 Superfast is a high-performance two-seat sports car and the flagship of the ‘regular’ Ferrari range. it was unveiled at the 2017 Geneva motor show as a replacement for the Ferrari F12berlinetta. It was joined in 2019 by the targa-roofed Ferrari 812 GTS, which will hit UK streets in summer 2020.

The 812 Superfast has received mostly outstanding reviews from the UK motoring media (with the notable exception of Jeremy Clarkson), with particular praise for its performance and comfort. The only criticisms have been related to its expense and lack of practicality, neither of which are likely to bother potential customers.

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Body style: Coupé and targa
Engine: petrol V12
Price: From £263,098 on-road

Launched: Spring 2017
Last updated: Autumn 2019
Replacement due: TBA


Reviews, road tests and comparisons from across the UK automotive media

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Safety rating

Independent crash test and safety ratings from Euro NCAP

The Ferrari 812 Superfast and 812 GTS have not been crash tested by Euro NCAP. Based on their price and exclusivity, it’s unlikely to happen.

Eco rating

Independent emissions and efficiency ratings from Green NCAP

The Ferrari 812 Superfast and 812 GTS have not yet been lab tested by Green NCAP. We’re not expecting it to ever happen, but if it does then we’ll provide details here.


Trophies, prizes and awards that the Ferrari 812 Superfast has received


  • Red Dot Awards – Outstanding design quality
  • GQ Car Awards – The Most Super Superfast Supercar Award

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