Ferrari 812 Superfast – the latest (and greatest?)

Ferrari 812 SUPERFAST

Today Ferrari announced their latest release, the Ferrari 812 Superfast, and it sure does look super fast. With 789 bhp and 530 ft.-lb. of torque, linked to a dual clutch gearbox, the 6.5 liter V12 can propel the car to 60 in 2.9 seconds, and a kinda ridiculous top speed of 212. mph.

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This will be the first Ferrari with electric steering, which has me a little worried, but I guess we’ll just have to wait and see the reviews to find out if they’ve mastered the art of feel through the new system.


There’s a bunch of active management going on with the airflow, with various flaps controlled automatically to address the cars and to keep it firmly stuck to the road, no matter what the speed.

Ferrari 812 Superfast interior

The car has the typical stylish Ferrari interior, with the huge metal gear shifters, and all of the controls housed on the multi-function steering wheel.

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I guess the only thing left to say is pretty obvious – I want one!

Singer 911 on UK Roads

What do you get if you combine my favorite car to lust after, my favorite magazine, and some of my favorite roads? This video – off to save up more pennies…..

McLaren 570S

Just in case you were wondering if you should or shouldn’t buy one of the new McLarens, let Chris Harris provide you with some input….

Porsche 911 GT3 Video

Too much work, too little time, and before you know it, you haven’t posted since May. Absolutely shocking performance, and lots of car things have happened since then. I may have more time than I’ve had in the last 3 months, or this might be a 5 minute rest before being sucked into the vortex. So, I’m obviously going to post the best thing I can find on the web right now (but I still want a manual)

Evo First M5 Review

Evo is the best car magazine on the planet (if there’s a better one, you better tell me, coz I’ve been a believer with my own cash for an international subscription for a very long time now). And they’ve done a quick review of the M5 before the full version gets released in the magazine very soon. As you’d expect, it’s super fast, super responsive, but they want to test it on English roads with a couple of competitors (XFR and new E63 AMG) before they deliver the final all encompassing verdict. Read the initial take for yourself right here.