It seems Ferrari had no problems in selling all 799 units of the F12tdf as the supercar has already reached sold out status.

It seems Ferrari had no problems in selling all 799 units of the F12tdf as the supercar has already reached sold out status.

The Turbo Diesel Ferrari as some people joke about the hardcore F12 is no longer available since the prancing horse company has managed to shift all 799 cars despite a €310,184 starting price. That’s before you add country-specific taxes and any optional equipment. Our friends at Autovisie did the math and ended up with a base price of €465,974 in The Netherlands without any extra goodies.

The model was in extremely high demand taking into account the official reveal took place less than two months ago. The F12tdf’s value will likely increase in the years to come since this will go down in history as one of the last Ferraris powered by a naturally aspirated engine. Its V12 6262cc motor now has 780 PS (574 kW) and 705 Nm (512 lb-ft) of torque sent to the wheels through a faster F1 DCT transmission.

The Ferrari F12 Tour de France needs a mere 2.9 seconds to complete the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) task and can reach a maximum speed of more than 211 mph (340 km/h). These stellar performances are possible thanks to a 110 kg (242 lbs) diet and a redesigned body that is now almost 100% more aerodynamically efficient.

Source: telegraaf.nl/autovisie

Ferrari F12tdf sold out already at €310,184 a pop for base version before taxes