Cauley Ferrari of Detroit is very proud to offer you this incredibly rare 2017 Ferrari F12tdf (Tour de France) with just 100 miles. With only 799 examples of this amazing machine built for the entire world, you're likely not to see many around and especially one as "Like New" as this. The beautiful Grigio Silverstone exterior finish features the historic GTO Livery stripe across the front bonnet, the wheels and fuel filler cover were painted by in Nero Stellato by the factory. This is paired with a sharp and sporty Nero Leather and Alcantara interior. As you will see from the complete option list below, this is a nicely equipped model as it rolled in with an original MSRP of $609,915 which is $117,465 in option content! We really feel this is one of the sharpest spec'd F12TDF's we have seen yet. The Ferrari Factory Employees even autographed the engine compartment! This Ferrari is up-to-date on its annual maintenance and even though it only has the original 100 delivery miles on the odometer, our Ferrari factory trained certified technicians will be completing their 101-point inspection soon and this car is to be sold as a Ferrari Approved Certified Pre-Owned vehicles with Two Years of warranty coverage from date of purchase. The seven year free maintenance is good until 7/29/2024. Give us a call at 248-538-9600 to setup your own private showing of this stunning F12tdf in our showroom located in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
Please ask us about our financing and leasing options available through Ferrari Financial Services (FFS). We can offer you monthly financing as far out as 84 months, Balloon financing up to 60 months, as well as both Open-End and Closed-End Leasing scenarios. FFS is available on all new and pre-owned Ferrari models. These flexible payment options really make getting into a Ferrari easier than ever before. Let us show you how.
- AFS Headlamps System
- Alcantara Boot Carpet in Nera
- Alcantara Seats Inner Trim in Nera
- Yellow Brake Calipers
- Carbon Fiber Filter Box Cover
- Carbon Fiber Fog Lamp
- Engine Covers in Carbon Fiber
- Carbon Fiber Headlight Bucket
- Carbon Fiber Underdoor Cover
- Carbon Fiber Rear Shelf
- Carbon Fiber Rear Bench Trim
- Colored Inner Details in Nero
- Carbon Fiber Wheels Cup
- Carbon Fiber Dashboard Inserts
- Alcantara Lower Dashboard
- Suspension Lifter
- Horse Stitched on Headrest
- Sport Exhaust Pipes
- Leather Upholstery
- Radionavi System + Bluetooth
- Front and Rear Parking Cameras
- Passenger Display
- Historic GTO Livery in Nero Stellato
- Wheels in Nero Stellato
- Aluminum Rev Counter
- Carbon Fiber Racing Seats - Large
- Leather Headliner in Nero
- Satellite Radio
- Alcantara Rear Wall
- Integrated Audio System
- High Power HiFi System
- Colored Special Stitching in Charcoal
- Upper Part in Alacantara in Nera
- Special Features: includes painted dashboard vents, Ferrari Factory
Employee signatures in engine compartment.
Dealer Added Options:
- Front / Rear Cavallino's and Ferrari Script on rear bonnet painted in gloss black
The Ferrari F12tdf (tour de France) is a track focused version of the F12berlinetta unveiled in October of 2015. The name pays homage to the Tour de France automobile race held between 1899 and 1986 and which was regularly won by the Ferrari 250 between 1956 and 1964. The F12tdf share the same 6.3 liter V12 engine with the F12berlinetta, but with a power output increased to 770 horsepower. The F12tdf ways an astonishing 243 pounds less than F12berlinetta and has a dry weight of just 3,120 pounds. The F12tdf can accelerate from0-62mph in just 2.9 seconds, 0 to 124 mph in 7.9 seconds, top speed is at least 211 mph, and it laps Ferraris famed Fiorano Test circuit in just 1 minute 21 seconds which is2 secounds faster than the standard F12berlinetta and just 1.3 seconds behind the LaFerrari Hyper Car. The F12tdf was designed completely in house by Ferraris own Styling Center. Production of the F12tdf was limited to just 799 units.The f12tdfs exhilarating dynamic behavior, specifically its lateral acceleration in corners is due to an 8% increase in the ratio of the front tires compared to the rear ones. The cars natural tendency to oversteer as a result of the change in tire sizes is compensated for by the innovative, and first time ever used in a production Ferrari, rear-wheel steering system known as the Virtual Short Wheelbase, which is integrated with the other vehicle dynamic control systems that guarantees the steering wheel response times and turn-in of a competition car while increasing stability at high speed.
Road and Track said the following: The F12tdf is the sort of car that a beginner can get in and drive, but they can't thrash. The learning curve here is much steeper than in a car like a 488 GTBit takes time to understand how to get the most out of the tdf. That's what makes the tdf appealing to the buyers. That this isn't a friendly car continues to instill Ferrari with some of that intimidating mystique that the brand has earned since it was founded. A supercar with 770 horsepower shouldn't be easy to drive. The driver shouldn't expect to immediately be an expert. It should be a challenge. The F12tdf is that challenge.