The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is nat-asp propulsion at its best.
We drove the grammatically obtuse F12, and found it a little, um, scary. But as a possible swansong for the naturally aspirated Ferrari, it’s just about spot on.
“It takes Herculean self-discipline not to travel at warp factor 10 everywhere,” said Jason Barlow, “so addictive is the performance rush and so huge-sounding is the V12.”
It may not have made the final slide of this gallery, but with 700bhp extracted from its 6.2 litres without a turbo in sight, this is as potent as naturally aspirated road cars get…