Two things immediately grab about the Ferrari 812 Superfast: the slightly cringe-worthy nomenclature (which, I suppose, you might just as well love as hate) and the 789bhp V12 engine (which I fail to see how anyone could object to).

But getting into the detail, the new electromechanical power steering set-up, improved side-slip control and virtual short-wheelbase system all make me even more excited for a drive.

In full: everything we know about the Ferrari 812 Superfast

Ferrari has held out longer than most car-makers before making the switch to ‘EPS’ power steering.

Aston Martin made the switch with last year’s DB11; Porsche did it six years ago with the ‘991’-gen 911; Lamborghini three years ago with the HuracanMcLaren is yet to jump.