7 March 2017
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This is the Ferrari 812 Superfast. Because of course its predecessor, the F12, wasn't fast at all.

But if any car deserves the title super fast it's this, the 789bhp Superfast, which is the most powerful front-engined production car in the world.

Join us at the Geneva Motor Show for a full technical run down on the 812 Superfast, including details of its virtual short wheelbase, the side-slip control, and how they integrate with Ferrari's first use of an electric power assisted steering system.

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