The Ferrari 812 Superfast was introduced in 2018 as a successor to the F12berlineta with a larger, tuned version of the same F140 V-12. As a successor, it was similar in design and styling, however, it now bears the Superfast name – a name that goes all the way back to the mid-1960s when it was used on the Ferrari America 500 Superfast. The current 812 Superfast offers 789 horsepower 530 pound-feet of torque. When it was introduced, the 812 Superfast was praised for having the most powerful naturally aspirated engine in the world – at least according to Ferrari, anyway. The 812 Superfast has a power to weight ratio of 4.81 pounds per horsepower and can hit 62.1 mph in as little as 2.9 seconds on the way to a top speed of 211 mph. As of 2019, the 812 Superfast has a starting price of $335,275 and can climb to the northern reaches of $500,000 when optioned.
In 2019, Ferrari finally introduced the 812 GTS, a convertible version of the superfast and it too gets juice from the 6.5-liter V-12. Ferrari managed to keep the GTS’ performance on par with the coupe, so the 211-mph top speed remains while a sprint to 60 mph takes just 3.0 seconds, just a hair more than the same sprint in the coupe. Pricing for the GT2 isn’t available as of the time of this writing, but with the coupe model fetching a minimum of $335,275, you can expect the GTS to fetch closer to $400,00 before options. The Ferrari 812 GTS goes on sale sometime in late 2019 or early 2020.