The Ferrari F12berlinetta debuted in 2012 and was immediately considered on of the best GTs ever made. With its outstanding chassis and front-mounted 6.3-liter V12, the F12 made the perfect platform for coachbuilder Touring Superleggera's latest project, the Aero 3 coupe. Inspired by the streamlined race cars of the 1930s, the Aero 3's most prominent feature is the "shark fin" that nods to both modern F1 cars and the aforementioned classic racers. The all-new carbon-fiber bodywork adds nearly eight inches to the overall length versus the F12 but cuts almost 330 pounds from the total weight. At the front is an aggressive set of cooling ducts feeding fresh air to the V12 while also providing aero improvements to help the Aero 3 reach a top speed of 211 MPH. Touring Superleggera will build just 15 Aero 3s, with an estimated six months required to finish each build.