Ferrari 812 Superfast GTS 6.5 V12 SPIDER, DELIVERY SLOT, EXPECTED 1ST QUARTER 2021 DELIVERY
We have a delivery slot available for the very exclusive Ferrari 812 GTS V12 Spider for an expected 1st quarter 2021 delivery.
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The Ferrari 812 GTS is the world’s most powerful production drop-top on sale. Unveiled in September 2019, the 812 GTS is the open top version of the 812 Superfast. It marks the first front-engine V12 series production convertible model offered by Ferrari in 50 years after the debut of the last Ferrari V12 spider, the 365 GTS4. The other convertible variants of the 550, the 575 and the 599 were limited edition models meant for special customers only.
The arrival of a convertible sibling to the 812 Superfast is a relative surprise, given the hardcore nature of the car and that its F12 predecessor did not offer a production-series drop-top. The GTS echoes the Superfast’s specification, using a naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V12, delivering 780bhp at 8500rpm and 530lb ft of torque at 7000rpm with a top speed of 211mph.
The Italian supercar maker describes the 812 GTS as not only “the most powerful production spider on the market, but also the most versatile, thanks to its retractable hard top”. The electronically operated hard top takes 14 seconds for operation and is operable at speeds up to 45 km/h (28 mph). Ferrari says it has also focused on top-down refinement so that occupants can talk even at high speeds.
As with the LaFerrari Aperta, two small L-shaped flaps on the upper corners of the windscreen create a vortex above the rear screen, avoiding excess pressure behind occupants’ heads.
The GTS weighs 75 kg (165 lb) more than the Superfast due to chassis reinforcing components but maintains equal performance figures as its coupé counterpart. The mechanical components including the engine remain the same as the Superfast except for the transmission which has shorter gear ratios to improve the car's response to throttle inputs. The engine's high-pressure injection system reduces the number of particles that are emitted before the catalytic converter warms up. There is also a new petrol particulate filter and a stop-start system to improve fuel economy. Other features shared with the Superfast include the Manettino selector knob, side-slip angle control and variable steering weight. The car has been aerodynamically refined in order to eliminate any turbulence arising from the loss of a fixed roof.
- Body TypeConvertible
- Engine and Drivetrain
- Steering WheelRHD