When Ferrari announced the 812 Superfast in February, I wondered if it might be the last-ever naturally aspirated Ferrari road car.
The auto industry is in the midst of a full-blown turbocharger addiction—even in Maranello, where forced-induction V8s now power the California T, 488, and GTC4 Lusso T.
But there will always be a place for a naturally aspirated V12 at Ferrari, according to CEO Sergio Marchionne; it’s just that they’ll come with some batteries included.
Emissions standards might be getting tougher, but Autocar reveals that Ferrari has no plans to ditch the V12 or turbocharge it:
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