This is vehicle virgins and today, I'm gon na give you five things. I hate about my 2028 12 superfast. This car is quickly becoming one of the best cars that I have ever owned from a high performance sports car to a comfortable, long distance, grand tourer. The a12 is amazing, but no car is perfect, so here are five things I hate about it. The first thing I hate about the a12 superfast is the fact that it has automatic stops start now. This makes a ton of sense in economy, cars and vehicles where you're trying to get the best fuel economy, but in a loud supercar with a six and a half liter v12 that makes 789 horsepower not so much now. Manufacturers have to do this. Why to boost their overall company fuel economy average? So if a car company has a bunch of gas guzzling SUVs in some of the other cars, they need stop start to help offset that Music. So, every time you come to a complete stop in the 812 superfast, it actually turns the engine off to save on gas. Now considering it gets 12 miles per gallon in the city and 16 on the highway it's, not exactly the most fuel efficient car. Now you can deactivate it by clicking a button up here on the roof. Well, unlike the McLaren we're, simply putting it in a race mode or sport mode turns a car off doing auto. Stop start entirely.
You have to click that button. Every single time now what's the problem with that. Well, the car is really really loud and if you have an aftermarket exhaust you're gon na sound, like you're revving the car and like you're, a complete jerk. All of a sudden when you left your foot off the brake and you go back onto the gas it fires up and well, I wasn't revving the car simply just stop starting and try to save the economy. Music number two to do with the name. His Ferrari is called the 812 superfast, not just the 812 milk 812 super fast, now, that's, cool and all except it's, not cool whatsoever. The amount of times I've heard: hey man who's your car superfast. Well, yes, it happens to be, but even though the name says it just doesn't make any sense. So why did they decide to call it that and why, oh, why did they decide to call their hyper car the Ferrari laferrari, which translates to the Ferrari the Ferrari? Well, there is a reason, but I don't quite enjoy it now, it's a marketing issue right, if you guys knew and I'm about to tell you the reason why this is called the 812 super fast, and that is because, back in 1956, they had a car called Before 10 super fast, so this is actually based on the 410 superfast name as well as the 500 superfast, but Ferrari decided not to tell anyone that and make a name.
That honestly sounds like a third grader made. It now that's a cool name from a third graders perspective. We might as well call it the Ferrari, really really fast and it's blue and has four wheels actually that's a good name Music. If you guys miss my last couple of videos make sure to watch, because I picked up a new Mercedes Maybach and in that video, I let you guys know about a pretty cool giveaway, the main back and the rolls, but more particularly the rolls, has a CD In it for the owners manual, but on that CD I want to either take the etching and the design of it and create a CD with my favorite songs and maybe some moments from vehicle versions, history. In order to win that giveaway, all you have to do is leave a funny or nice comment on any of this video or the next three. After that now the comment with the most likes is gon na get that epic free CD so guys smash. That subscribe button now turn that notification Bell on the content is back and it's better than ever. Alright under the next one Music. Are you joking uh? Okay, oh yeah, are you, it probably got stuck. Oh so the next thing I was cleaning the back was to show you about the trunk, and this has never happened on any supercar or any car I've ever had this beautiful metal Ferrari badge has now detached and bent off of the window.
So I guess that's one of the things I hate about it wasn't before, but I mean quality control eyes literally go on like this one of the strands hooked on it I mean you shouldn't, be able. You should be able to clean your car yourself right as car guys. I want to be able to clean my car and and it hooked and and now I need to find out how expensive that is so, please subscribe and by the merchantman soon, because this probably cost more than the typical car payments on an average car. The a12 is really practical. It has a huge rear trunk, with a ton of luggage, space in fact twice that of its competitor at the Aventador s, but there's something about the trunk. I really don't like and that's the fact that there's, no external trunk release whatsoever there's only a button inside and on the key, but let's say your keys in your pocket. You'Ve got a bunch of stuff and you come up to the car. Well, you can't do anything now. I actually worked for Lexus at one point on a technology that's, very common on basic cars, where just a sensor allows you to kick underneath here and it pops the trunk there's, not a button on the Ferrari. There'S no button under here there is no way to open the trunk without the key or without clicking that button. Furthermore, once you do that for a four hundred and twenty four thousand dollar car you'd expect some sort of power opening tailgate.
Now you could claim this for weight savings, but the new McLaren GT is lighter than this car. Yet it has a power opening trunk. The good news is, you actually got a new handle here with your Ferrari. Nope that'll make it worse pop this up and there you go, but honestly is a suggestion to Ferrari a simple sensor down here: a kick sensor, perhaps a button right there or any button whatsoever to allow you to do that as well as power opening would be A pretty cool fee we're paying this much to not get simple features that you get on a twenty thirty thousand dollar economy, car it's a little silly. I love listening to music. The reality is up in the canyons I'm gon na have the windows down and the music off and just listen to that v12. But I live in Los Angeles and no matter where you live. You'Re gon na be in a bumper to bumper traffic situation. Wanting to tear your hair out and sometimes music is the perfect solution. Now does all of that we've got Bluetooth. You'Ve got your phone but it's not easy whatsoever in the 812 superfast 41. The interface is kind of annoying every single time. You turn the car on you've got to click this button here to get rid of the warning message that says the use of the functions is the application of this device. It blah blah blah blah blah all right.
We'Re turning that off now, finally, we can toggle to bluetooth now here's the issue it's, not all that difficult to pair, if you don't have your phone and plugged in, but the second you're on navigation, your phone's dying and you want to plug the phone in connecting It via the iPhone cable, as well as Bluetooth at the same time, will make you want to crash your 812 into a wall, no matter what I've tried, bluetooth off and just the cable or Bluetooth on first and then the cable or the cable first, and then Bluetooth it's nearly impossible, and it is just an entire pain in the butt they need to come up with a solution. I'Ve got some ideas. If you guys do bluetooth email me seriously, because I've got this invention that I think might make Bluetooth connectivity a lot more simple regardless in this Ferrari, it's a pain, most cars, it's a pain but I've never had this much trouble in any single car. Now, once again as car guys, I understand you could just not listen to music at all sure, but this has upgraded speaker systems that cost a heck of a lot of money. Why would I want upgraded speakers if I couldn't listen to the music I want regardless? I love the a12 superfast it's crazy fast. It sounds incredible. It'S, comfortable, it's, luxurious, the tech features the amenity honestly. This is the best car, in my opinion, in its category through and through.
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