A special and unique Ferrari 812 Superfast has been delivered to its new owner. It wears a livery that is inspired by iconic 250 SWB which was driven by Sir Stirling Moss. Inspiration behind the special Ferrari 812 Superfast comes from the blue and white Rob Walker 250 SWB Berlinetta Competizione. This car won at Goodwood, Nassau, Brands Hatch and Silverstone in the early ‘60s when it was driven by legendary Sir Stirling Moss. The delivery of 812 Superfast was done by luxury car dealer H.R Owen that used heritage inspired livery from the Ferrari’s “Tailor Made” Division.
It is often said that Ferrari 250 SWB represents an end of an era for Ferrari because it was the last road car which had little or no modification that could race successfully even in top-level motorsports event. Talking about the front-engined V12 vehicle, it is covered in matte Blu Scozia Opaco with white highlights. To highlight the iconic car, there is stripe across the bonnet and the roundels on the doors and one of their ways to pay tribute to the one of the most recognized cars in the world.
Power in the Ferrari 812 Superfast comes from the greatest modern 6.5 liter V12 engine. The engine offers an output of 789hp at 8,500rpm. Engine is mated with dual-clutch transmission that enables faster gear changing and shorter gearing. All these helps the Ferrari 812 Superfast to accelerate from 0 to 62mph in 2.9 seconds and 7.9 seconds to hit 0-124mph. Top speed is 211mph. H.R. Owen CEO Ken Choo said in a statement that Ferrari has an incredible history on the road and also on track. They applaud customer’s choice of evoking iconic lover for the modern 812 Superfast.