Ferrari describe the F12 TDF as having 'Track level performance on the road', and with a 6.3 litre 780bhp V12 and race spec suspension, who are we to argue! Paying tribute to the classic Tour De France road races of the 1950s, the TDF ups it's performance over the standard F12, with 0-100kmh now dropping below 3 seconds. But it is in the handling stakes where the TDF will prove it's worth. With electronic stability control, brake distribution, traction control, suspension control, differential and even four wheel steering, the TDF has every driver aid imaginable to help you get the most from your Ferrari without having to be a racing driver.
This is probably the last in the line of such raw, normally aspirated Ferrari. Future models will almost certainly be turbocharged or hybrids. Highly desirable and a superb achievement no doubt, but whether is it worth the £100k premium over the 'regular' F12 is a matter open to debate.