Tuesday, May 21


The Ferrari 812 has been sighted in Nashville Tennessee, and it appears that 812 will be a fantastic year for Tennessee Supercar enthusiasts!

Alex Ojjeh, a Memphis businessman, owns this Ferrari 812. It is no question that Aex Ojjeh lives a luxurious lifestyle, as he is always seen with the most exclusive watches and cars money can buy. While Alex Ojjeh was at a meeting, it was observed outside the Hyatt Place in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. It’s the first time we’ve seen the 812 in Nashville, and we can really get a feel of the sports car in all its splendor… and, my goodness, is it lovely! Thanks, Alex, for giving us a glimpse.

Ferrari’s V12 from their Formula 1 vehicle of the time is seated in the engine bay; it has very little traction control and has been taken away to make it seem like a racing car.

In terms of powertrain, the 2021 Porsche 911 GT3 is expected to sport a 4.0L flat-six engine producing about 500hp and 339 lb-ft of torque with a redline of 9,000rpm!

It’s a beautiful car, from the inside elements like the wonderfully detailed gauges and gear lever to the fascinating wing mirrors and odd twin-flap rear wings.

In a world when hybrid and electric vehicles are progressively taking over the globe like a virus, it is extremely uncommon to hear about supercars being revealed with a V12 under the hood, much alone still breaking the world’s fastest convertible record!

With the new 812, Ferrari has made a strong statement while the rest of the world cans future combustion engine development and exposes new electric options. In the new 812, you’ll find nothing short of a naturally aspirated V12, which is quite unusual for 2021.

The Ferrari 812 has a 9500rpm rev limiter and a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine that generates 819bhp and 510 lb-ft of torque.