Ferrari is known for giving names to its cars in certain places, such as Fiorano, Maranello, Modena, Portofino.
Not so often, certain units pull a name from a location outside of Italy, and this is precisely the case with this F12 TdF model, which takes these things related to the topic of graphics very seriously.
Having borrowed inspiration from the famous Tour de France and classic 250, named after it, this F12 TdF was the ultimate version of a twelve-cylinder supercar, taken to an extreme 769 hp and accelerating to 100 under three seconds.
Ferrari created 799 copies of the F12 TdF car, resulting in prices far higher than the “standard” F12 Berlinetta and the 812 Superfast models that followed. The model you see in the gallery was ordered with a light blue body and French racing strips, hand-painted Scuderia marks on the bumper and over $ 110,000 worth of optional accessories. Situated in the RM Sotheby’s auction block and its upcoming sale in Arizona, the chassis model ZFF81BFAXH0224563 is estimated at around $1,3 million, and we will in no way be surprised if it changes the owner for more than that, after which hammer falls and marks the end of the competition.