RE: Ferrari F12 Berlinetta (2012) CAR Review
@nedaznir - you're not exactly the brightest bulb in the room are you? The A2 weighs only 950kg, but then does not have a V12, cannot do 0-124mph in 8.4s dead, does not meet current EU emissions or safety regulations, and is not rear-wheel drive as is required for sports cars isn't it?. An Aventador, FYI weighs 1575 kg - just as much as the Ferrari despite its carbon-fibre tub. Ok it has 4wd, but as Ferrari proved with the FF their 4wd solution would only marginally increase the weight. Which makes the F12's feat all the more remarkable. Plus it has the boot space to make Lambo owners weep in complete despair.
Also, for the record, Ferrari claims aluminium makes the cars much more cost-efficient to repair than carbon-fibre.
Oh, and you fancy the BMW i3 don't you now? Well BMW will charge you an arm and a leg for it to the tune of, and this is on record by BMW, nothing less than around $45,000 or over 30,000 pounds - more expensive than a 320d in fact.