The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is, in case you haven’t noticed, many things: The most powerful regular production Ferrari ever (at least until LaFerrari production ramps up). The most powerful front-engine Ferrari ever. The fastest road-going Ferrari (again, pre-LaFerrari). And the latest member of a long, proud line of front-mounted V12-powered two-seat grand tourers.
But did you know it’s also a natural-born-drifter? We kind of had an inkling that it was (what with more than 700 horsepower being sent to the rear wheels and all), but Drive’s Chris Harris has managed to confirm our suspicions. He also confirms it’s faster than any grand tourer has a right to be, and that it sounds a-MAZ-ing. It’s quite nice to be proven right once in a while.