Introduced in 2012, the F12 is a front-engine GT, at the time, Ferrari's most powerful road car to date. With its 6.3L, 730hp V12 engine, it can accelerate from 0-62 in 3.1 seconds.
This model was a fun build as I'm more accustomed to building rear-engine vehicles. The side air scoops, which direct airflow coming from channels in the hood, are one of my favorite features, though they required a creative solution for the door hinges. I hope you like it!
About this creation
Here you can see the air channels along the sides of the hood - these feed the airflow down through the scoops on the sides of the car:
The curved roof line and massive side cutouts are some of my favorite features:
The rear of the F12 is one of my favorite parts of the design (and probably what you are most likely to see if you run into one of these...)