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Ferrari launch their fastest road car ever

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Sweet mercy. Ferrari have unveiled their fastest and most powerful road car ever – the F12 Berlinetta.

The 730bhp V12 (farcical) is 30 more than a Lamborghini Aventador and pushes the F12 from 0-60mph in 3.1 seconds (farcical) with a top speed of 211mph (farcical).

The result? A supercar that goes around Ferrari's Fiorano test track quicker than anything else that the public has been able to buy from the company. But arguably most impressive is the speed at which it hits 124mph: Just 8.5 seconds (farcical).

No word yet on price but estimate place it in the £250,000 bracket (farcical)For more farcical facts head here.

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