Hello everyone! I currently am the owner of a Porsche 991 GT3. I purchased it a few years ago thinking that I'd be on the track often, but this wasn't the case. My father also recently passed away from Covid-19, and being in my GT3 just reminds me of the times I had with him in it; watching him struggle to get in and out because of his bigger belly, or just seeing him smirk whenever I'd give it some gas. It's difficult being in the GT3, so I've decided to let it go and hop into something else. It only makes sense - I daily drive it, hardly track it, and would love a better sounding car that's also more comfortable. There is no other car that fits that bill other than the F12 and the 812. Thus bringing me to the question - how different is the F12 vs the 812 in terms of daily use? Does your phone's bluetooth connect quicker on the 812 vs. the F12? How's the ride on crappy roads (I live around NYC)? How does music sound in each car? Is there anything worth mentioning about the 812 over the F12? Are there any tiny details you found that bothered you about each car's daily driving habits? I'm looking for any details! I'm a bit torn between the 812 and the F12. Seeing both of them side by side at Ferrari of Greenwich, I like the 812. The rear of the F12 leaves a bit to be desired, whereas the front end of the F12 is absolutely gorgeous vs. the rather dull 812. In pictures, I quite like the F12 over the 812, it's so weird. A deciding factor would be their mannerisms. I don't mind investing another $100k or so into an 812 if the daily driving abilities it has are a step above the F12. If it's not very significant, I'd happily keep the difference and invest it elsewhere.. or mods. I have a modification problem (GT3 currently has about 25k invest into it yikes) I plan on keeping whatever Ferrari I purchase, so I'm definitely taking my time making a decision. Would love everyone's feedback on this. Cheers!