Here’s How A Ferrari 812 Superamerica Could Look Like

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The brand new Ferrari 812 Superfast has been virtually transformed into a 812 Superamerica by ace rendering artist X-Tomi Design. The Superamerica moniker defines Ferrari’s idea of a limited-run roadster with a front mounted V12 engine, and has been around since 1956.

While the F12 had a $2.5 million roadster version called the F60 America that was limited to just 10 units, there was the 599 SA Aperta (2010) as well, a limited run (80 units), 599 GTO based roadster. Then there was the 575M Superamerica (2005) before that, and so on.


The 812 Superamerica, when its due, might have a different name altogether, but there’s denying the fact that it’ll look quite like the rendering here, complete with those signature Superamerica roll hoops.

Also Read – Ferrari Replaces The F12 With This 800 HP 812 Superfast

The 812 Superfast debuted last week with close to 800HP from a massaged version of the outgoing F12’s 6.5-litre, naturally aspirated V12 engine. It also features an evolution of Ferrari’s Slide Slip Control technology, the second generation of Virtual Short Wheelbase (four-wheel steering) and an electric power steering.


The updated hardware, teamed up with the new, down-force aiding bodywork allow the 812 Superfast to sprint from a standstill to 62 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and on to a top speed of ‘more than 211mph’. Superfast indeed; despite the 812 being 110kg heavier than the F12.

Ferrari 812 Superfast Key Specifications:

  • Engine 6496cc V12 arranged in 65deg vee
  • Power 789bhp @ 8500rpm
  • Torque 530lb ft @ 7000rpm
  • Transmission Dual-clutch gearbox
  • 0-62mph 2.9sec
  • Top speed More than 211mph
  • CO2 emissions 340g/km
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