Ferrari, today, have unveiled the new Ferrari F12 TDF (Tour de France) Special Edition.
Compared to the feeling of a jet taking off with the amount of power it produces when acceleration, this car is a track ready manic boasting a V12 with 769bhp.
Whilst its direct predecessor is the F12 Berlinetta, the TDF edition is more of a move on from the 599 GTO, again, a track ready beast which has soared in value in previous years.
The V12 engine has been overhauled to provide racing tuning and stunning figures including 769bhp and a loss of 110kg on the weight of the car.
Lapping Ferrari's Fiorano test track in just 1.3 seconds more than the LaFerrari also reinforces the fact that this new kid on the block, isn't to be messed with.
It may sound quite strange initially to name a ferocious Ferrari after a cycling course but here's why they've done it:
It's actually nothing to do with the biking event at all, but actually to a road endurance race which was dominated by Ferrari in the 50s and 60s
There's no indication of price yet but with the F12 starting at just under £250,000 and only 799 of the new models being made, it definitely won't be Ford Fiesta money.
What do you think? Does yellow look good or is it time for a completely new model now?