Ferrari F12berlinetta is Blue in China
Published on January 29, 2013 by W.E. Ning
A brilliantly blue Ferrari F12berlinetta seen in the great city of Xiamen in Fujian Province. This is the very first time I see the F12 in blue and it does the supercar a many good. Blue doesn’t flash as fast as red or black but it gives the Ferrari a more distinguished look, almost like a 1970’s Aston Martin, more GT than race monster. Surprisingly subtle for China!
Big red brake calipers match perfectly with blue. Matte gray alloys a little less so. This subtle blue would actually go nicely with alloys in shiny gold. The Ferrari F12berlinetta was launched on the Chinese market in June and costs 5.308 million yuan or 835.000 USD. Worth the money because horsepower. The 6.3 liter V12 poops out 730hp and 690nm, good for a 340km/h top speed.
This blue beast is the fourth Ferrari F12berlinetta we see in the wild, after a dusty black car in Wuhan, red car in Guangzhou that crashed and a black car in Chengdu. Earlier on things got really mad when we met a truck full of F12’s on a highway near Shanghai.