The driving position is excellent, with the pedals and steering wheel lining up nicely, and you’ll be surprisingly aware of the F12’s extremities. The mix of a conventional rev counter with digital displays for other dials is only partially successful, though, while the button-laden steering wheel smacks more of owners’ desire to look like F1 drivers than actual ergonomic efficiency.
Ferrari F12 space & practicality
A practical Ferrari? Sort of. The F12 has good interior space for its two occupants (although oddment storage space is very limited) and there's an impressive 320-litre boot. The boot can be extended to 500 litres by removing the shelf between it and the space behind the rear seats, which then gives it pretty much the same luggage capacity as a BMW 7 Series.
Ferrari F12 equipment
For this money you might expect almost every bit of equipment to be standard. Not so, because while you get carbon brakes, sat-nav and leather upholstery for your considerable outlay, Ferrari expects the typical owner to spend tens of thousands more on personalising the car with a bewildering array of (expensive) options.