Despite the fact that traditional combustion engines have their daily contact in the automotive market, Ferrari has a surprise in hand. After all, the well-known Italian brand has a limited version that should really impress its enthusiasts.
We are talking about nothing less than the new Ferrari 812 Superfast!
Of course, it is a new model equipped with the most powerful combustion engine ever presented by Ferrari. In fact, it is only surpassed in full power by the super hybrid models LaFerrari and the SF90 Stradale. But in terms of the combustion engine this is now the king and we have a date set to know all the details.
Ferrari 812 Superfast arrives in a special version with 819 hp!
The new and exclusive version of the 812 Superfast maintains distinction in the engine that loves high revs!
Therefore, this model is clearly one of the most powerful Ferraris ever, being only surpassed by the LaFerrari and the powerful hybrid SF90. In fact, the increase in power goes from 789 hp to an impressive 819 hp in a model that only has the combustion engine.
To get a sense, this goes beyond the power of the new Lamborghini Sián assisted by electric technology.
Many mechanical modifications were necessary to increase the power!
Well, we can’t always take an engine and just increase the engine’s final power. After all, Ferrari is not like Intel that adds just a +++ when it launches a new generation of products. In other words, here, the automobile company has largely modified the engine to be able to contain such an increase in power in a viable way.
That said, despite being the same engine, there is no indication that we still have the 6.5 L!
This is because, according to Ferrari, many engine components have been redesigned, with a new valve distribution and also a new exhaust system. In addition to this, we also have a considerable increase in engine speed that goes from an already incredible 8,900 rpm to a whopping 9,500 rpm!
Now, this makes this engine one of the most rotating ever made by the company and even one of the most rotating V12 ever.
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