How much is a 2021 Ferrari 812 GTS? 

Starting at $401,494. Highs Chiseled body, 12-cylinder power and sound, Ferrari heritage. Lows Poor fuel economy, occasionally harsh-shifting dual-clutch, luggage-challenged convertible. 

Does Ferrari still make the 812 Superfast? 

Ferrari is no longer taking orders for the 2022 Ferrari 812 Superfast and 812 GTS supercars internationally – which may mark the end of the line for the naturally-aspirated V12 Ferrari two-door, without hybrid technology (excluding limited-build special editions). 

Is Ferrari 812 GTS Limited? 

In the case of the F12-based drop-top, it was called the F60 America and limited to just 60 units priced at $2.5 million a pop. Not so the 812 GTS. Production numbers won't be capped, and you'll be able to buy it for a sensible price. 

What's the cheapest Ferrari? 

Least Expensive: No Ferrari can be called entry-level, but the Portofino is the least expensive Ferrari on sale. This elegant roadster starts at about $215,000 before options—and, like any Ferrari, options are plentiful. Most Expensive: Ferrari's performance acumen is showcased in the SF90 Stradale. 

Can you buy a Ferrari 812? 

duPont Registry is your go-to dealer of used Ferrari 812 Superfast cars in America. We have second-hand 2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast for sale in mint condition. A curvy coupe, the Ferrari 812 Superfast bolts to a lightning speed of 211 miles per hour. 

Who owns a Ferrari 812 Superfast? 

Ambani is India's most influential businessman and owns a fleet of luxury vehicles, one of which is the Ferrari 812 Superfast. At first glance itself, you can tell this machine was built for speed. It uses a 6.5-litre V12 that makes 788-horsepower and 718-Nm of torque. 

What is an 812 car? 

The Ferrari 812 Superfast (Type F152M) is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer produced by Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari that made its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The 812 Superfast is the successor to the F12berlinetta. 

How many Ferrari 812 GTS were made? 

The last time Ferrari made a front engined V12 with a retractable roof was in the form of the 599 SA Aperta, just 80 of these mystical cars were ever produced and to say acquiring one was 'by invite only' would be somewhat of an understatement. 

Does Ferrari still make V12? 

Ferrari has already switched from naturally aspirated V8s to turbocharged V8s, and the performance gains in the 488 GTB and F8 Tributo are plain to see. Currently, the most powerful V12-powered Prancing Horse is the 812 Competizione, which produces 819 horsepower. 

Is the Ferrari 812 the last V12? 

The 812 Competizione isn't the last V12-powered Ferrari. The Italian marque introduced the Daytona SP3 in November 2021, the latest member of the Icona lineup. It's touted to be Ferrari's most aerodynamically efficient model ever built, which reinterprets classic Ferrari designs for the modern era. 

Is the 812 Superfast a supercar? 

Truth be told, the Ferrari 812 Superfast doesn't need much in the way of improvement. The front-engined V12-powered supercar is both an insane performance machine capable of slaying race tracks and a comfortable cruiser ready to long long miles across continents. 

What does Ferrari GTS mean?

GTS: Stands for, “Gran Turismo Spyder,” meaning convertible. Convertible models are now spelled with an “I”, Spider. *In more recent models, this is used for targa top models (i.e. F355 GTS), the 348 TS being the only exception, which is the only targa named differently. 

Is the 812 Superfast a good investment? 

The 812 Superfast is once again a front- engine V12 Ferrari that is too fast… but there are other issues as well. The price tag is now twice that of a used, low-mileage F12, making it an extremely bad investment as a collector and as an enthusiast. Cars are sitting for months, discounted over $50K and still not moving. 

Is Ferrari 812 a supercar? 

Ferrari 812 Competizione V12 supercar screams its way to 9,500rpm. Ferrari has introduced a new version of its V12 supercar based on the 812 Superfast, which simultaneously sheds a little weight and beefs up output to a maximum 610 kW while revving to a formidable, though not quite Murray T. 50 level, 9,500 rpm. 

What will replace the 812 Superfast?

Alpine's armored Rolls Royce Cullinan is built using latest technology to provide clients with highest levels of protection. Typically armored to Level A9/B6+, this bulletproof Rolls Royce is protected against 7.62mm lead core, 5.56x45 and M80 ball rounds, as well as 2 DM51 hand grenades