Spanish firm Bengala reveals Ferrari F12: Know about the features here

Spanish firm Bengala reveals Ferrari F12

Spanish firm Bengala reveals Ferrari F12:- If you are one among those strange souls who enjoy modifying their supercars, you are spoiled for choices when it comes to tuning into the outlets. Throw a fat amount of bills at the Hamann, Underground Racing, Liberty Walk, Mansory, or the Novitec Rosso, and your supercar Ferrari or Lamborghini will emerge with loads of extra bodywork, an all new wrap, a deafening exhaust, and heap of extra horsepower. Now, a new tuning firm is offering a carbon fiber re-modified version of the Ferrari F12.

Named the ‘Bengala F12 Caballeria’, it is the latest creation of the Spain-based company Bengala. Details are less, but according to a report, the Caballeria is essentially a modified version of the regular F12.

Spanish firm Bengala reveals Ferrari F12
Ferrari F12 Caballeria

Features of Bengala F12 Caballeria

According to a report, the supercar’s each body panel is redesigned in carbon fiber, inspired in part by the Ferrari GT3-series cars, like the all new 488 GT3. Again, Bengala is not letting the technical details leak, but report according to the world’s leading motoring magazine, the Bengala has packed the same 6.3-liter V-12 engine in the modified version of Ferrari F12 as in the base car. If discussed alone, the regular Ferrari F12 produces the monumental of 731 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque, allowing the super-racer to smash 60 mph in just under three seconds, rushing to a top speed of about 211 mph.

Bengala has not yet listed the price for this beast, but we imagine it will definitely not come cheap. If you also desire to have one, get in touch with the Spaniards fast, as they plan on offering merely ten of such cars per year. Though, the price of the car is yet not decided, but we know it that it will not come cheap. So if you also want it get in touch with Spaniards soon, as they are planning to offer ten of these cars every year.

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