The 812 Competizione is the definitive front-engine berlinetta, and the Competizione A is its spider version. This limited-series run sports a Targa top and pays homage to the glorious open-top tradition of the Ferrari brand. Much as the 812 Competizione is the evolution of the 812 Superfast, so, too, is the Competizione A the evolution of the 812 GTS.
Aimed directly at the most passionate Ferrari collectors and connoisseurs, the 812 Competizione is uncompromising, guaranteed to deliver peerless driving pleasure.
Turning the 812 Competizione into a convertible required the removal of the vortex generators, which were replaced by a bridge element to deflect the flow of air and reduce drag. Aerodynamically, the bridge acts as a wing, and a flap integrated into the windscreen header rail extends the cockpit’s bubble for maximum comfort.
The superior cornering capabilities required improved braking power, and the brake cooling for the Competizione A was engineered around the new front “Aero” brake callipers, featuring an air intake in their casting. This results in cooled brake oil for consistent braking and an equally consistent feel of the brake pedal under your foot.
The Ferrari engine note is famous the world over, from street to track, and to maintain the traditional engine sound with a GPF (Gasoline Particulate Filter), Ferrari technicians engineered a new exhaust tailpipe. The result is a medium-high frequency sound that underscores the capabilities of the 6.5L V12.
Chicago drivers can take the reins of this 819-hp prancing horse with the help of a new vehicle dynamics control system. Independent steering on all four wheels enhances agility and cornering precision with unprecedented responsiveness. The extensive use of carbon fiber offers a superior feeling of control as well, lightening the load of the 812 Competizione A and ensuring that you feel it respond to even the slightest adjustment.
Independent rear-wheel steering and a new electronic management system give individual control over the right and left actuators for a significant boost in performance, emphasizing the front axle response to steering command and holding the grip of the rear axle.
The main dash and door panel interfaces of the 812 Competizione might look familiar: they’ve been brought over from the 812 Superfast. While Ferrari engineers are always looking to the future, they know when to keep a good thing going. When it comes to the new, though, you’ll find:
As well as your choice of interior materials and colors.
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