The Ferrari SP 275 rw competizione is the explanation of special. Limited to one solo unit, the sports vehicle, based on the Ferrari F12berlinetta, is a tribute to Ferrari 275GTB, the name’s V-12–energy sports vehicle made between 1964 and 1968.
Styled by Pininfarina, the SP 275 rw competizione incorporates 275GTB cues such as slats cut into the rear quarter-panel after of the framework formation and four holes put behind the front wheels. Yello colorant, an aluminum fuel cap and bespoke procreate-end body that includes more holes at the vehicle’s nonindulgent specifically recall the Ecurie Francorchamps 275GTB that triumphed the GT collection at Le Mans in 1965. Disparate headlights, an exclusive front fascia, and 20-inch, 10-spoke aluminum wheels finish the name-new vehicle’s looks. While the SP 275 rw competizione steers on the standard F12berlinetta’s bodies (albeit with a slightly beamy procreate line), the vehicle’s powertrain elements come from the harder-edged, beamy F12tdf. As such, the SP 275 rw competizione’s 6.3-liter V-12 motor delivers a cacophonous 769 horsepower at 8500 rpm to the one-off Ferrari’s rear wheels. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission serves as the distributor between the motor and the tires. Although Ferrari didn’t select the unaccompanied SP 275 rw competizione’s value, we can only expect the solo buying this one-of-one Ferrari disbursed far more than the nearly half a million dollars the Italian brand valued for the F12tdf.