Photo credit: Rain Prisk Designs
Ever wonder what a Ferrari SUV would look like? If so, then look no further than Rain Prisk Designs’ latest project. “Sure, this is only a rendering, but with some extra protection on the side of the body, such a Prancing Horse wouldn’t even get damaged during a rugged terrain galloping episode. History has blessed us with more than one case of a privately-converted Ferrari rally car, but we’d love to see this story going official,” said Autoevolution. Continue reading for a video, pictures and information on the all-new Ferrari F12tdf.
Limited to just 799-units worldwide and named in honor of the Tour de France endurance road race, the Ferrari F12tdf is powered by a V12 that produces 769-horsepower, and mated to a special version of the F1 DCT transmission to deliver a blistering 0-62mph time of 2.9 seconds, with a top speed 210 mph. Other features include: redesigned components for shaving 250-pounds off the original F12, wider front / rear tracks, and bare carbon fiber accents in both the interior as well as the aerobridge.