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Artist Iacoski renders track-focused Ferrari F12XX Berlinetta

By PetrolHead on 22 Mar 2012

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The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has won rave reviews since its Swiss debut and has inevitably invited speculation of further variants. Just last week, a speculative rendering of an open-top Spyder Berlinetta was posted online.

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Now, automotive artist Iacoski (Iacoiski.com), has fuelled the speculations by showing us what an extreme track-focused Berlinetta would look like.

The 599 GTB that preceeded the F12 Berlinetta was also treated to a similar model, known as the Ferrari 599XX and boasted a power boost from the standard 612hp up to 720hp. Taking this piece of history into consideration, we could expect a the F12XX Berlinetta to produce in excess of 790hp.

Add in the array of performance enhancing and weight reducing parts and we should see a 0-100 km/h time of under 3 seconds.

While it is only a speculative rendering at the moment, it does give the fans and maybe even the Italian carmaker something to think about.

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