Well it certainly looks good. And it most definitely sounds very good. "But how does it drive?" we hear you ask. Well, its very, very fast and exquisitely Italian (although it is named after the historic Tour de France road race . . . .). All in all the F12 TDF is almost exactly as you would expect, turning heads wherever it goes and putting an enormous smile on the lucky candidate behind the wheel. This particular example has been finished in Giallo Triplostrato, which when paired with the TDF's carbon accents and detailing looks truly superb. The Topaz PPF protected exterior is complemented by a Nero Hide interior with Giallo detailing and a matte carbon finish, something reserved solely for the TDF. This really is a special example of what most definitely was a limited Ferrari production car, with just 799 models being made. With such low mileage, we don't think they come much better.