Even by Ferrari’s exotic standards, this is one seriously expensive car. This means that, even though resale values aren’t all that bad in percentage terms, you still stand to lose an immense chunk of cash long-term. In theory, fuel consumption is claimed at 18.8mpg. In practice, you’ll probably halve that if you drive the F12 like its maker intended.
Ferrari F12 quality & reliability
Keep on top of the servicing schedule and the F12 will likely be trouble-free for years. What’s more, your first seven years of servicing costs is thrown in, and this perk is transferrable if you sell. However, you’ll spend a fair whack on consumables, especially tyres. The build quality seems reasonable, but the cabin has too much plastic that you wouldn’t want to see in a car costing half a much.
Ferrari F12 safety & security
NCAP doesn’t test cars like this so it’s impossible to say how it would stand up to an impact other than to say its aluminium spaceframe is suitably massive and strong. It’s better look at its ability not to have the accident in the first place, and for the ability to stop before an accident, accelerate away from one or dodge around one, few cars would be better than this.