I'd take the Z28 honestly. Difference in insurance must be astronomical between the 2. I'd get the Z28 and a condo for the difference in cost from the F12 and have money left over to bump the horsepower on the Z28 even further . F12 is nice,(I'm italian so I am biased toward italian bred supercars), I actually have a cell phone pic of one I came across on the highway last month in white...nice car, but even though it may be more comfortable amenity wise...I'd still be a nervous wreck about driving it. The Z28, I'd probably feel fine getting in and ripping around in it taking it to the movies supermarket etc etc. Also the Z28 is hardly anything radical for street driving. Compound and size of the tires alone do not account for the Z28's relative performance next to the F12 or Nismo for the reasons I already explained. If anything the Z28 at it's current horsepower level is more than likely underachieving given how close it is to those cars with FAR less technology. It's just very well thought out suspension engineering and unbelievable ceramic brakes. The ferrari would be nice to take to the "country club" or something LOL. Besides if I wanted 700+ horsepower I can get a hellcat and still have a quarter million left over LOL. Think about it.F12 is hardly a track car IMO. That is a grand touring car, a street car that is brutally fast, that can be driven cross country with ease.
Z/28 was designed for one thing and that was to be fast around a track, it's a track car. You think they are just fat tires? Lmao they're racing compound tires, that alone is worth a ton of time on the track, just ask anyone who actually races their car.
Which car are you gonna take? An F12 or z/28? I think that goes without saying. Lol