Ferrari 812 Superfast configurator is now available online

Article by Christian A., on April 8, 2017

Ever since the Prancing Horse’s 812 Superfast configurator took off last week, folks who are enamored by Ferrari’s latest grand tourer have been tinkering endlessly online.

Running on a 6.5-liter V12 engine, the monster that hides underneath the new Ferrari 812 Superfast yields as much as 789hp (588kW) and 530lb-ft (718Nm) of powerful torque. All it takes is merely 2.9 seconds to reach 62 miles per hour (100 km) before reaching a top speed of 211 mph (340 kilometers per hour).

Of course, Ferrari has since come out with numerous videos highlighting the Superfast’s extraordinary road prowess. The online configurator is just the latest treat you can splurge all your time with. Or, let’s just say it’s the easiest way to configure your dream car without burning a hole in your wallet.

The online configurator offers an extensive range of options for those who want to make their 812 Superfast as unique as possible. On top of the existing standard shades, clients can custom spec a certain color based on various intensities. In all, the exterior paint selection has 37 different pallets available.

While each of 6 the wheel designs offer different patterns for the spoke, there happens to be a total of 9 colors for the brake calipers to choose from.

If you want a more menacing 812 Superfast, Ferrari instead would let you specify a special order for an exposed carbon fiber. This will be applied on the rear diffuser, the trunk area, the under door cover, the bumper and the front wing. The tailpipes on the other hand are offered either in titanium or black ceramic finishes.

Now for those who want to flaunt more about this 812 Superfast’s heritage, customers can also get the optional Scuderia Ferrari shields, and have it placed especially at the fenders.

If you’re not the type who wants to grab so much attention, the online configurator is offering a tinted side glass option as an alternative to the existing clear windows. Think that’s all there is? Well, you haven’t seen the best part yet.

Surprisingly, the choices of colors and finishes for the interior are a lot better than what Ferrari is offering for the outside. That’s because there are plenty of options for the GT’s center tunnel, dashboard, door panels as well as for the seats that you can play with.

And should you want to come up with a certain color motif for the rest of the cabin, the system will let you specify which among the 9 different carpet shades would go perfectly on any of the 15 upholstery colors and stitching you’ve picked up from the set of choices.

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