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Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Let's get to know with the most powerful Ferrari's spyder on the market today

Exactly 50 years since the debut of the last spyder of the Ferrari lineup to sport a front mounted V12 engine, the Ferrari 812 GTS marks the return to the prancing horse spyder model's glory that has played an important role in the Maranello-based company's history. 
The Ferrari 812 GTS is the world's best high speed spyder supercar ever made by Ferrari. (Picture from: BlackXprerience)
As we all knew, that the story of the V12-engined Ferrari Spyder has managed to showcase many iconic models since the 1948, when the company launched the Ferrari 166 MM, a true GT model that won two of the world's most prestigious endurance races at the 1949 Mille Miglia and Le Mans 24 Hours.
The Ferrari 812 GTS is claimed to be the one of the 21st century supercars could be provided phenomenal performance. (Picture from: BlackXprerience)
And the last of the prancing horse spyder model's long lineage was the 1969 Ferrari 365 GTS4, also known as the Daytona Spider for comemmorated the Ferrari's phenomenal victory at the 1967 Daytona 24 Hours by two Ferrari 330 P4s of the factory team and the Ferrari 412 P of NART (North American Racing Team) whose won the podium to occupy the top three spots.
The Ferrari 812 GTS delivers crushing speed as just one component of the sensual experience . (Picture from: BlackXprerience)
This model applies the front-mounted V12 engine architecture that was last used in the Ferrari 365 GTS4 spyder. However, the next four limited editions were the Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina in the 2000, the Ferrari Superamerica of 2005, the Ferrari SA Aperta of 2010 and, most recently, the Ferrari F60 America which only produced 10 units to celebrate Ferrari's 60th anniversary in the American market back in 2014.
The Ferrari 812 GTS's cabin is described as a high-speed concert hall with two comfortable seats right in the center of the orchestra pit for moving. (Picture from: BlackXprerience)
Like its historical predecessors, the Ferrari 812 GTS sets new benchmarks in terms of performance and exclusivity. The car is known for carrying a powerful 6.5-liter V12 Ferrari's engine coupled with 7-speed transaxle dual clutch, and it is not only the most powerful spyder on the market, it is also the most versatile model thanks to its retractable roof, such a unique feature attached on the segment that also guarantees a larger boot capacity.
The Ferrari 812 GTS is powered a tremendous 6,500 cc V12 engine coupled with 7-speed transaxle dual clutch, so it could be delivers crushing speed ever. (Picture from: BlackXprerience)
The retractable hard top (RHT) which can be operated in just 14 seconds and also can be done while the car on the run at speeds of up to 45 kph so it does not interfere with the interior dimensions, thus making the cockpit remain spacious. The electric rear screen, which acts as a windbreak, makes the car truly top-down, while in top-up mode passengers can enjoy the unique roar of its V12 engine.
The Ferrari 812 GTS marks the return to the prancing horse spyder model's glory that has played an important role in the Maranello-based company's history. (Picture from: BlackXprerience)
Besides that, there are also lots of interesting features that really help the driver when driving with this 812 GTS. One example is the Ferrari Peak Performance (FPP), which assists the driver when turning, so that the steering torque will give the driver an indication that the car is getting closer to the limit, as well as help him to control that dynamic state.

Furthermore, there is the Ferrari Power Oversteer (FPO) feature, which will assist the driver while in oversteer situations that are often induced when exiting corners, and steering torque will send a feedback to the driver and gives properly coherent steering wheel input so could be realigned the car onto the right track.
Not surprisingly, the 812 GTS records an overall level of performance very similar to its Berlinetta model, it could be accelerated from rest to 100 kph can be completed in under 3 seconds and 0-200 kph in just 8.3 seconds. Henceforth, the Ferrari 812 GTS can be driven up to a maximum speed of 340 kph. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TOPGEAR ]
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