This potent new offering drops the letter ‘R’ from its nameplate as well as the supercharged 5.0-litre V8.
Even with the electric support, that V12 still sings a sweet symphony and you can bet that it will only get better when the tuners and aftermarket exhaust companies get their hands on one.
Back in 2008, we saw the Estoque concept and if things are heading the GT way, we could see the bodystyle resurrected for this new model.
Fancy this conversion? Well, firstly you need to own the mighty sedan and then part with a further €323,435 (approx. 6.8m) excluding VAT.
20 units will be heading our way with a base price of R2,971,000 making it as expensive as a new BMW X6 M Competition.
Thanks to this grunt, the DB12 can sprint to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.6 seconds and run all the way to 325 km/h (202 mph).
The kit takes around 420 minutes to install and costs R1m.
From 2026, Audi will only launch electric vehicles so could we see the brand from Ingolstadt deliver some impressive ICE swansongs?
Customizing your new V12 Lamborghini could be quite the challenge as you have the choice between 400 exterior paint options.
Mercedes is investigating this as it could mean the units that have already been produced and delivered may need to be recalled.