When the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti was unveiled to the public in 2004, it was marketed as a bigger, more spacious suc-cessor to the Ferrari 456. In addition to being a 4-person sports car, the 612 featured a design that paid homage to the Ferrari 375 M, which was built in 1954, as seen by the side and rear detailing.
The Ferrari 612 is a front mid-engined V12 powerhouse 2-door 2+2 Grand tourer. The 612 featured either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed semi-auto transmission. The engine of the 612 has 533 HP and 434 lb of torque to back it up. The engine itself can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds and puts out a top speed of 201 mph. Among the many handmade and specially designed models, there is the 612 Sessanta, which commemorated the 60th year anniversary of Ferarri in 2007. Only 60 vehicles were made for that edition. If you are looking for a stylish, classy more luxury-than-speed type of Ferrari, the 612 is a great option to add to your collection.