Let us talk about the next best supercar to the LaFerrari for a moment. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is supposed to be a comfortable GT for cruising across continents in style. But, Ferrari thought that would be boring and instead decided to give it 740 hp. That’s a lot for a GT car that replaces the Ferrari 599 GTB. Also, those who have driven the F12 agree that 700 plus horsepower in a rear-wheel drive, tail happy super GT can be too much to handle if you’re half as good a driver you think you are.
But, as they say, “absolute power corrupts absolutely”, for some, even 725 hp isn’t enough. That’s why PP-Performance has built a 795 hp version. PP-Performance Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is equipped with a 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine in the front. Thanks to an ECU remap, BMC Race filter and a Frequency Intelligent catless exhaust system, the motor puts out 795 hp 538 lb-ft of peak torque. Despite its weight, the tuned F12 goes from 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds- 0.2 sec quicker than the standard car. Top speed would be in excess of 200 mph.