With just a week to go before the Geneva Motor Show, Ferrari has finally revealed actual shots of its successor to their flagship two-seater, the Ferrari 599. Called the F12 Berlinetta – or perhaps more notably, the fastest Ferrari ever – this car is powered by a 6.3-liter V-12 pumping out a mind-boggling 729 horsepower through to the rear wheels via the latest F1 gearbox. This translates to a 3.1 second 0-60 mph time and a max top speed of over 211 mph, which is helped by a more rearward center of gravity and redesigned suspension system. The body design was a collaboration between the Ferrari Styling Center and Pininfarina, which results in a series of sleek and aggressive lines and a driver-friendly cabin finished with carbon fiber and aluminum on the dash. The F12 Berlinetta doesn’t have a price tag yet, but click past the jump to view a series of beautiful pictures of this new Ferrari targeted for a late 2012 release.