Now that Ferrari has unveiled the new F12 Berlinetta, it would only seem natural to think about the many variations that will be created from it. We couldn’t think of any other modifications we hope find their way to the F12 Berlinetta than the ones found on the most extreme 599 in history: the 599XX Evolution.
Compared to the standard model, the 599XX Evo was more powerful, lighter, and featured a more aggressive look. We imagine the future F12XX Berlinetta would carry those same modifications, including a redesigned front bumper with a new grille, a bigger air intake on the hood, new wheels, new side skirts, and a new rear bumper. Other additions include a carbon fiber rear wing, carbon fiber mirrors, a black roof, and, of course, some "F12XX" logos on the windshield.
As for power, the Ferrari F12XX Berlinetta will more than likely carry the same engine as the standard model, massaged to deliver about 50-60 more HP. This would leave the 6262 cc V12 engine with an increase to 790-800 HP.
An official debut for the Ferrari F12XX Berlinetta will more than likely be made in a few years. Until then, this rendering should hold us all over.