800 hp make it the most powerful production convertible on the market. The 812 GTS is the Spider version of the 812 Superfast, from which it borrows both specifications and performance, but above all the powerplant. Thanks to its ability to deliver a massive 800 horsepower to the road at 8'500 rpm, this is the most powerful engine in its class. As with the 812 Superfast, this level of performance has been made possible partly through optimization of the engine design and partly through innovations, including the 350-bar direct injection system and the variable intake tract control system developed for naturally aspirated F1 engines. These systems allow the engine's displacement, which has been increased from 6.2 to 6.5 liters, to be used to maximize power output while maintaining excellent acceleration even at low engine speeds.CONTACT CONFIGURATOR
With its majestic 800 hp V12 front engine, it is not only the most powerful production Spider on the market, but also the most versatile thanks to its Retractable Hardtop (RHT), a unique feature in this segment. Torque of 718 Nm guarantees acceleration just as impressive as that of the 812 Superfast, and an exhilarating rev maximum of 8'900 rpm means unlimited sporty driving pleasure. All pipes between the 6-in-1 exhaust manifold and the catalytic converter monolith are the same length, optimizing the sound (especially the harmonics). The result is a rich V12 sound inside in all driving modes, but of course it comes across especially well with the top down. The power curve, which rises steadily up to the rev maximum of 8'500 rpm, and the rapidity with which the engine speed increases thanks to the low moment of inertia, give the occupants a feeling of unlimited power and acceleration.
The goal in developing the 812 GTS was to retain the exhilarating sense of speed and power that the Berlinetta delivers through its responsiveness and agility. For impressive handling, the components and control systems developed for the 812 Superfast were adopted. The electromechanical power steering (EPS), which combined with the other electronic driving dynamics assistants, including version 5.0 of the patented SSC, show the true performance potential of the car. Based on the F12tdf, the Virtual Short Wheelbase (PCV 2.0) has been further developed. Many legendary models can be found in its ancestry: The true thoroughbred racing GT that won the two most prestigious endurance races in the world in 1949 (the Mille Miglia and the 24H race of Le Mans). The last in this long line was then the 365 GTS4 in 1969. This one is also called "Daytona Spider". It got the name because of the legendary victory of Ferrari in the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1967.
800 HP (588 kW) at 8'500 RPM
2.9 SEC 0-100 km/h