FERRARI F12 MODIFICATA: Expect the new Ferrari F12 M to make its official debut at the 2016 Geneva auto show. Image: Ferrari
The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was launched at the 2012 Geneva Show so, with a life cycle of about six years, it’s about time to release the mid-life refresh of the two-seater Grand Tourer.
Following Ferrari's typical 12-cylinder nomenclature (456, 512, 575), it is expected the freshened F12 will sport the M (for "modificata" or modified) badge.
Spy images reveal the new F12 M in action ahead of its official reveal at the early 2016 Geneva auto show.
While the images suggest the front will be untouched, the rear wings are heavily camouflaged along with the area around the rear number plate. The camouflage implies a few tweaks to the arches and boot lid.
IMAGE GALLERY: 2015 Ferrari F12 M
It's monstrous 6.3-litre V12 produces 544kW/690Nm so there’s no need to squeeze more power out of the engine. Nonetheless, this might be exactly what Ferrari is planning, possibly tweaking the engine to 560kW, reports Automedia.