This Rosso Corsa Red Ferrari 812 Superfast comes with ADV5.2 M.V2 CS Series wheels sized 21×9.5 in the front and 22×12.5 in the rear
In strictly technical terms, the Ferrari 812 Superfast is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer. Revealed at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, it is a direct successor to the rather popular Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. While it follows similar design cues and lines of its predecessor, the 812 Superfast looks much more refined. This is mostly due to its sharp and aggressively designed silhouette, joined by several aggressive design details and touches, making this one of the most beautiful high-performance cars available on the market today.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is powered by a somewhat enlarged version of the Berlinetta’s V12 engine. In 812, the engine features a displacement of 6.5 liters (compared to 6.3 in its predecessor), delivering a power output of 789 horsepower and 530 lb-ft (718Nm) of torque, making it (according to the carmaker) the most powerful naturally aspirated production car engine ever made. And yes, the V12 growl – not impacted by any turbos added – is really spectacular. The engine is mated to a dual-clutch 7-speed F1 automated manual gearbox. In turn, this is good enough to properly the 812 Superfast from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 2.9 seconds, while achieving a top speed of a staggering 211mph (340km/h).
The owner of this Rosso Corso Ferrari 812 Superfast comes from Illinois. Sure, not exactly a state where Ferrari’s are the first that pops to mind, but this particular owner is a true car nut. And naturally, with that much love for cars comes a nack for aftermarket tuning. For this 812 Superfast, we’ve built a set of ADV5.2 M.V2 CS Series wheels, giving this vehicle a larger wheel setup when compared to stock, but still keeping well in the desired parameters for the wheel setup in order to not impact the driving dynamics that much.
For this build, the wheels come in sizes of 21×9.5 in the front and 22×12.5 in the rear. The Brushed Gloss Cognac finish was chosen for these, making these intricately designed two-piece forged wheels look incredible. Finally, the owner went with a 50/50 Exposed Titanium Hardware option in Matte Black, completing the look.
You can grab a detailed look at the media gallery of this Ferrari 812 Superfast build right below.