In 1969 Ferrari launched the 365 GTS4 – also known as the Daytona Spider, but also the last spider in the Ferrari range to sport a front-mounted V-12 engine. Now, exactly 50 years later, the V-12 powered spider returns with the launch of the Ferrari 812 GTS.

As it name suggest, the 812 GTS is the spider version of the 812 Superfast from which it took of course the V-12 engine. Just like in the coupe, the V-12 delivers a total of 800 horsepower and 529 pound-feet of torque. The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is made in less than 3 seconds and top speed goes up to 340 km/h (211 mph).

Being based on the 812 Superfast, it is very easy to recognize its design, however, when looked from the side you will also notice that the 812 GTS also looks a little bit like the 365 GTB4 (Daytona) of 1968: the two-box design with the high tail.

When compared with the coupe version, the spider has the entire roof redesigned in order to offer the car a new blend of sleekness and balance. The buttresses were designed to visually embody a sense of forward thrust and lend the side windows a signature look that would set the spider apart from the berlinetta. When the top is dropped, the roof panels disappear beneath the aforementioned tonneau cover. The 812 GTS sits on new, highly sculptural and model-specific multi-spoke forged wheels, offered in three different designs: diamond-finish, liquid silver and Grigio Scuro.

The Ferrari 812 GTS is offered with the following high performance driver assistance features:

  • Ferrari Peak Performance (FPP): when cornering, the steering wheel torque will provide the driver with an indication that the car is getting closer to its limit of grip, helping the control of that dynamic state:
  • Ferrari Power Oversteer (FPO) – in the case of oversteer, most frequently induced while powering out of corners, the steering wheel torque will give the driver feedback to give steering wheel inputs that are coherent with realigning the car correctly
  • Optimized calibration of the car’s magnetorheological dampers mean its elastic set-up is the same as the berlinetta version’s despite the 75kg increase in weight caused by strengthening work on the chassis.

2020 Ferrari 812 GTS official video

2020 Ferrari 812 GTS official video

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Posted by CarPics on Monday, September 9, 2019

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2020 Ferrari 812 GTS specifications

Engine                
 Type  V12 – 65°
 Overall displacement 6496 cc
 Bore and stroke 94×78 mm
 Maximum power output* 588 kW (800 cv) at 8500 rpm
 Maximum torque* 718 Nm at 7000 rpm
 Specific power output 123 cv/l
 Max. engine speed  8.900 rpm
 Compression ratio 13.6:1
Dimensions and weight 
Length 4693 mm
Width                                                             1971 mm
Height                                                            1276 mm
Wheelbase 2720 mm
Front track 1672 mm
Rear track 1645 mm
Dry weight** 1600 kg
Weight distribution 47% ant – 53% post
Boot capacity 210 l
Fuel tank capacity  92 l
Tyres                   
 Front                                                              275/35 ZR 20” 10” J
 Rear                                                               315/35 ZR 20” 11.5” J
 Brakes  
 Front                                                              398x223x38 mm
 Rear                                                               360x233x32 mm
Transmission and gearbox 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox
 Electronic controls EPS, PCV 2.0, E-Diff3, F1-Trac, ABS/EBD
 
prestazionale con Ferrari Pre-Fill, FrS SCM-E, SSC 5.0
 Performance                   
 0-100 km/h <3.0 sec
 0-200 km/h 8.3 sec
 Max. speed   over 340 km/h