SOUND of Ferrari 612 Scaglietti with 6 exhaust pipes (TC Concepts)

Nikola records very rare Ferrari 612 Scaglietti with 6 Exhausts made from TC Concepts.You can hear the V12 engined car starting up and revving with brutal sound.This car has 5.7 liter V12 engine which produces 530 bhp and accelerates from 0 - 100 kmh in 4.3 seconds. Review: The chances it will snow in February in Modena, Italy, are about the same as George W. Bush's winning this year's Republican nomination for President. Nonetheless, Ferrari chose its hometown in the middle of winter to unveil the 533-hp, rear-drive 612 Scaglietti. It snowed the night the press arrived, so the idea was to drive south the next day to warmer climes—well, 10 miles south, to Ferrari's test track at Fiorano. The sun emerged the next morning, although it was cold—36 degrees. So we carefully drove in a convoy of 612s from Modena to Fiorano to get in a few quick laps. The new 612 will sell for about $250,000, an increase of about five percent over its predecessor, the nearly 12-year-old 456M GT. The 612 becomes the first V-12 Ferrari to use an aluminum space frame and body, like the 360 Modena. The four-cam, 5.7-liter engine is fitted behind the front axle line, and combined with the rear transaxle, 54 percent of the weight is over the back wheels, a distribution that closely mirrors Mercedes' sort-of rival, the $450,000 SLR McLaren. In theory, this brings improved traction, handling, and braking. Maurizio Manfredini, team leader for Ferrari's 12-cylinder cars, says 85 percent of the 612's mass is inside the long 116.1-inch wheelbase, compared with just 70 percent on the 456M GT (wheelbase 102.4 inches, with 47 percent of the weight on the rear wheels). The 612 is longer by 5.5 inches and wider and taller than the old two-plus-two, and it weighs about 4100 pounds. That's a couple hundred lighter than the 456M, a benefit of the 612's aluminum construction. All feedback is appreciated! Thanks for watching, Nikola Follow me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NikolaTasevskiPhotography Follow me on FLICKR: http://www.flickr.com/photos/31473398@N08/

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