For the past three years Ferrari hadn’t turned to F12 Berlinetta since launch, but suddenly out of nowhere we came across the spy-shots depicting its update. The spotted mule is seen for the first time, and was covered in camouflages at the rear. That raised suspicion claimed something fishy is cooking under the nose of this Prancing Horse.
However, no confirmation is given for the update of F12 Berlinetta by officials, but as far the speculation goes it may receive the new name badge of ‘F12 M’. Except for some changes at rear, the reason it is covered in camouflages, design remained prominent to the present-gen model. There are suspicions of rear spoiler and rear fascia going under the knife for a resurrection in major ratio.
Thus, no more details splurged from the source except that it will use a 6.3-litre V12 engine (tuned) to produce the max power output of 739bhp; with launch expected to happen at Geneva Motor show 2016.
Hence, that was all to say as of now. Stay tuned to us for more details.
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