Evaluation: From the Driver and Rider Collection and one of 799 limited edition “Tour de France” models built. Driven just 2945 kilometers (1830 miles) and with the original buyer from new but has received scheduled servicing. The paintwork, wheels, and interior are faultless and really the whole car is still pristine, as one might expect.
Bottom Line: Aside from a few special editions and one-offs built for anniversaries or special clients, the tdf is the only major special edition on the F12 platform, given more power and less weight as well as aerodynamic tweaks for maximum attack on the track. But, as is oddly so often the case with the most track capable low-production models from the likes of Ferrari, F12tdfs are just as likely to see long waits on the battery tender as they are to see an actual circuit.
The 230 cars destined for the US had an MSRP of a little over 600 grand but most of the ones popping up for sale have significantly higher prices than that. Even so, this is the most expensive one we’ve seen sell at auction and it’s the first one to top a million since 2019.
The F12 despite the key on my keyboard name is a good looking modern V12 Ferrari.