The Italian front mid-engined car known as the Ferrari F12berlinetta has been highly regarded thanks to its massive 6.3-liter V12. And now, Ferrari has one-upped the car by creating the F12tdf, a more powerful and capable variant of the berlinetta. While the Italian automotive manufacturer has been creating the powerful monster that is the F12, Porsche has been plugging away at their most famous car: the 911. While it may be small in stature and not as powerful as the F12berlinetta, it's nimble and quick.
(Also Read: Breathtaking Sounds of the Aston Martin Vulcan’s V12 Engine At Full Throttle)Between these two cars, there are a lot of gaps in the comparisons. For instance, the Porsche 911 Turbo S, the most powerful 911, packs 560 hp, while the F12berlinetta is rated at 730 hp. That being said, the 911 Turbo S can run from 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and the F12berlinetta runs a 0-62 mph time of 3.1 seconds. The .2 seconds the 911 shaves off is partially in thanks to its all-wheel-drive system, a huge bonus over the Ferrari's rear-wheel-drive. Recently at the Unlim 500+, a more powerful and tuned version of the 911 Turbo S (650 hp) took on a stock F12berlinetta. Because most of were more than likely not at the race, DragtimesInfo recorded it for us all to see and uploaded it to YouTube today. Check it out below to see who wins.
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