The latest all-new Ferrari to emerge from the boys and girls in Maranello is the F12tdf.

If the already powerful and zany F12 didn't do it for you, this is where the tdf comes into play.

Now with 770 horsepower and weighing about 240 or so pounds less, it's a more focused vehicle. Of course the suspension is tuned to be a bit more stiff in order to keep the vehicle planted and sending power to the ground.

But not every tuned up sports car is a winner. There has to be a balance between the extreme and everyday functionality. In reality, it doesn't actually matter because we're confident Ferrari will sell every unit produced if it hasn't already done so already — 799 to be built, globally.

So, what's all this really like? Check out what Autocar's Matt Prior has to say about it in the video below!

This is the Ferrari F12tdf, a faster, lighter and more powerful special edition of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.

Ferrari says the car has been created in homage to the legendary Tour de France road races, which it dominated in the 1950s and 1960s with the likes of the 1956 250 GT Berlinetta.

The F12tdf is described as “the ultimate expression of the concept of an extreme road car that is equally at home on the track”. Just 799 examples will be built.

The car keeps the same 6.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine as the regular F12 Berlinetta, but power has been boosted from 730bhp to 770bhp at 8500rpm, while torque has increased from 509lb ft to 520lb ft at 6750rpm. But the changes don't stop there.

Find out what they've done to make the incredible Ferrari F12 even better - and join Matt Prior on board as he discovers what it's like to drive.

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DRIVEN + VIDEO: So, What Is The All-New Ferrari F12tdf REALLY Like To Drive?

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