The 1:18 scale miniature edition of the Ferrari 812 Superfast, as presented at the Geneva Motor Show and Accessories 2017 for the first time is certainly not a bargain. The supercar is the official successor to the Ferrari F12. If the autoist sees it solely from the perspective of gasoline powered cars, the Superfast is the most powerful sports car of the brand ever built. The Gran Turismo has a front and longitudinal V12 with a power of 588 kW / 800 hp, of which, however, is not much to see in the high-quality Resine plastic model car, since doors and hoods of this model are not intended to open , Nevertheless, the miniature wich is available under the item number P18147H and in a showcase marks a milestone among the model cars to the brand with the jumping horse.
Because the quality of the model is simply outstanding: The contours of the body fit perfectly with the lines of the prototype. The look of the miniature could not have been better met: Looking at the model, we mean to stand opposite the original. Take a look at the close-meshed and deceptively genuine grill insert, through which the cooling air blows the 6.5-liter engine with its 48 valves! Look at the beads that decorate the car on the flanks! Admire the fit of the window frame and the glazing of the windscreen! The replicas of the rims and the perforated brake discs make it doubt that they are only model buildings. The interior - a dream of exemplary coloring up to the smallest switch. Dashboard, door panels and seats are small scale 1:18 scale work of art.
A dream car!
Ferrari describes the design as highly innovative, but rather means that it looks breathtakingly fast in the state and the lines of the F12 in dynamic terms topped. From zero to 200 kilometers per hour, the Superfast needs 7.9 seconds; mega, right? 718 Newton meters (Nm) of maximum torque ensure enormous propulsion. The 812 Superfast is the first Ferrari to introduce Electric Power Steering (EPS), which will fully exploit the car's performance potential in line with the Ferrari tradition. The introduction of the Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0 System (PCV) combines electric front wheel steering with rear wheel steering. Yes, a bargain is the model car of the 812 Superfast in the color Rosso Mugello not, but a real bang!