Ferrari 812 Competizione Specs

June 30th, 2021 by

Ferrari 812 Competizione on the track
The Ferrari 812 Competizione’s specs showcase its status as a special edition of the vaunted 812 Superfast, offering higher revs, lower weight, more horsepower, and myriad other refinements. In one sense, this limited-edition 812 might be thought of as what the engineers in Maranello always wanted the Superfast to be; but in another sense, it’s a stunning display of Ferrari’s commitment to pushing the envelope with every new release.

Ferrari 812 Competizione Engine Output

  • Engine: Naturally Aspirated 6.5L V12
  • Horsepower: 819 hp @ 9,500 rpm
  • Torque: 510 lb-ft @ 7,000 rpm
  • Transmission: Seven-speed dual-clutch

The Competizione’s beating heart is a modified version of the Superast’s naturally aspirated 6.5L V12 engine. Like the Superfast, the 812 Competizione channels its power through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, but you’ve more horsepower at your disposal, and at higher revs to boot: the Competizione produces 819 hp @ 9,500 rpm, an increase from the Superfast’s 800 hp @ 8,500 rpm.

Ferrari 812 Competizione Top Speed and Acceleration

  • Top Speed: 211 mph
  • 812 Competizione 0 – 60 MPH Time: 2.8 seconds
  • 812 Competizione 0 – 120 MPH Time: 7.5 seconds

Further Refinements to the 812 Special Series

This special edition of the 812 offers more than just increased revs and horsepower — it boasts refinements throughout its architecture. For instance, its V12 engine features a modified valve timing mechanism, a new coating of diamond-like carbon to its camshafts, and new variable geometry inlet tracts. The engine enhancements also work in unison with an upgraded exhaust system, which boasts an additional particulate filter and square-shaped tips.

Aerodynamic enhancements are present in spades as well. For starters, the Ferrari 812 Competizione weighs 3,278 pounds, down by over 300 pounds from the 812 Superfast’s 3,593 pounds. Together with a new aero kit and vortex generators, the 812 Competizione also produces 176 pounds of additional downforce compared to the 812 Superfast.

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Whether you’re interested in the Ferrari 812 Competizione or the convertible Competizione Aperta, you’re not alone: these are highly limited, coveted models. Not many special edition Ferraris are produced — and, what’s more, this is expected to be Ferrari’s final V12-powered vehicle without electrification. Because of this, you should register your interest early, and Continental AutoSports Ferrari can help! While we’re based in the Chicago area, we’ve helped buyers in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, and elsewhere in the United States, and we’d love to help you, too! Contact us to get started.

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