For quite some time one wonders: For how much longer? This refers to the accumulation of engine power to opaque purposes. Anyway, sometime a limit must be reached a limit where upgrade in performance no longer makes sense. And yet, it always continues so on. Very particularly, it seems to have caught Ferrari. Since the reintroduction of charging after decades, there is no stopping.
Only the speed was lowered at which starts the highest torque. The performance, however, grew by 81 kW (110 HP). Therewith one is now 2 seconds faster to 200 km/h. Originally the V12 was the sole means of transport at Ferrari, meanwhile we already celebrate the forty years of the V8. It has surpassed the V12, is smaller, lighter and more agile.
One wonders, not all-wheel, despite such performance values? 'Torque control' is the magic word, which is why one does not feel the thrust from rear as if it would tear up the transmission. And so the control are undoubtedly sufficient the weight distribution of 58.5 percent in favour of the rear axle, the mechanical lock and wider tyres. At higher speeds, there is additionally an enormous output by the rear spoiler.
Even the typical turbo lag said to have been combated successfully. There are two small instead of a large charger and these are even ball bearing mounted. Somehow, the two are even more dense, so that there are fewer losses when delivering. Now, when the transmission operates even more sophisticated, anything could be so beautiful, if not certain Ferraristi would mourn this phenomenal engine noise of a naturally aspirated engine. This can obviously not be replaced by flaps in the exhaust. 06/15