The 488 GTE and 488 GT3 weren’t the only new models brought by Ferrari to Mugello for the Finali Mondiali as they also hosted the public debut of their latest road-going gem, the F12tdf (Tour de France).

The 488 GTE and 488 GT3 weren’t the only new models brought by Ferrari to Mugello for the Finali Mondiali as they also hosted the public debut of their latest road-going gem, the F12tdf (Tour de France).

While the two 488s are built exclusively for the track, the F12tdf is Ferrari’s latest flagship model for the public roads if we take into account the LaFerrari is no longer available. Three of them were showcased on the Mugello track last weekend in Italy and were driven among others by Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen, with the later also baking some donuts to the delight of the gathered audience.

Only 799 units are planned for production and judging by a couple of images we posted late last month, Ferrari has already commenced deliveries of what will likely end up being one of their last naturally aspirated machines.

The newest iteration of the V12 now delivers a mind blowing 780 PS (574 kW) and 705 Nm (521 lb-ft) without any turbo or electric assistance. Add into the mix a 110 kg (220 lbs) weight reduction compared to the regular F12 Berlinetta and you get a supercar that sprints to 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 2.9 seconds and tops out at more than 211 mph (340 km/h).

We are dying to find out how much it costs, but Ferrari keeps the price tag shrouded in mystery for now.

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