V12

AcronymDefinition
V1212 Cylinder Engine
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Deliveries of the V12 Vantage are expected to start in the third quarter of this year and prices will be announced at the Geneva show.
Production of the two-door aluminium-bodied V12 will be limited to no more than 500 a year.
The Aston Martin DB9 V12 - no, I don't know what the DB or the V stands for, nor do I care - is, according to Hammond, in its element in North Wales.
Consider the company's content on the 438-hp BMW V12.
With a maximum speed close to 200mph the V12 Vanquish is powered by a six-litre V12 engine that booms out 460 bhp.
and Aeonsoft have undoubtedly worked very hard to bring V12 to life," says Senior Producer Keehwan Her.
BMW AG (Xetra: BMW), a Germany-based automaker, is developing its M760i with a V12 engine borrowed from the Rolls Royce Ghost and Wraith.
The solution is powered by the company's proprietary intent data solution, V12 Signals.
But it wasn't until I was mid-hustle, wrestling the V8 through some nice back roads in Spain, listening to that V8 burble and pop and feeling its fingertip light response, that I started to wonder if it was worth paying another Dhs210,000 ($57,000) for the V12 on top of the Dhs840,000 ($229,000) for this V8?
Earlier in the year the company unveiled the V12 version of the DB11, which is now one of the top Aston Martin models in the Gulf region.
The V8 engine is also lighter and more compact than the V12, which contributes to a saving of 115kg and a kerb weight of 1760kg.
Designed as the flagship V12 Berlinetta, the model embodies Ferrari's revered V12 heritage that sprung to life in 1947, with the birth of the brand.