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Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, Fisker, Geneva Motor Show: Today's Car News

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Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

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Ferrari has finally revealed the successor to the 599. Called the F12 Berlinetta, this new Ferrari is the fastest vehicle to ever wear the prancing horse badge. Powered by a 6.3-liter V-12, all of its 729 horsepower will be heading straight to the rear wheels through Ferrari's latest F1 gearbox. The F12 Berlinetta will make its official debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.

Jay Leno is no stranger to high-horsepower cars, and recently he played with an 800-horsepower Nissan GT-R. The car was tuned by Alex Shen of SP Engineering and cost approximately $29,000 more than a standard GT-R. Jay was impressed with SPE's work, and commented numerous times that the GT-R is a "good-looking car."

Fisker announced a new CEO; Tom LaSorda will replace founder Henrik Fisker as the new CEO. Some of you may remember LaSorda as an ex-Chrysler executive. Effective immediately, LaSorda will be in charge of all day-to-day operations.

For all the above and the rest of today's car news, please see the links below.

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Supercar Revealed

New Volkswagen Golf GTI Convertible Drops Top In Geneva

2013 Jaguar XF Sportbrake Preview: 2012 Geneva Motor Show

2013 MINI John Cooper Works Countryman: Official Details, Pics

An 800-Horsepower Nissan GT-R Visits Jay Leno's Garage: Video

Bentley Expecting To Double Sales, Sell 25,000 SUVs

Kenseth Wins Bizarre 54th Annual Daytona 500

Tom LaSorda, Ex Chrysler CEO, Appointed To Head Fisker Automotive

Volkswagen Announces Pricing On The 2013 CC

2013 Mercedes-Benz A Class Spy Shots

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