Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) “Mystery Car” Spotted on Fiorano Test Track
The Big Q: Could this “mystery car” spotted at Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) Fiorano test track be the next Special Projects creation?
The car looks to be platformed on the new 488GTB, but not sharing any body panels with the turbocharged mid-engine Supercar.
Even the shape of the cabin has been changed and now resembles the jet fighter-style cockpit made popular on the Nissan GT-R.
The unique elements and the fact the car is not camouflaged suggest it is a Special Projects creation. Only Ferrari’s most loyal customers are invited to participate in the creation of a Special Projects car, often referred to as SP Cars, the price tag for 1 usually starts around $4-M.
It’s been almost 2 years since we last saw an SP Car.
The last was the F12TRS believed to have been commissioned by a British client. Other memorable SP cars include Eric Clapton’s SP12 EPC and the flip-folding-roof-equipped SuperAmerica 45.
Will update you Ferrari fans as soon as I have more details on this latest car. Meantime, you can view more photos of it over at enthusiast website Zero2Turbo.
|HeffX-LTN Analysis for RACE:||Overall||Short||Intermediate||Long|
|Bullish (0.30)||Bullish (0.38)||Bullish (0.40)||Neutral (0.14)|
Have a terrific weekend.
PS: This year Russia is holding its FIA Formula One racing Grand Prix for the first time in spring, namely on April 29-May 1, as compared with the two previous races held in autumn of Y’s 2014 and 2015 in Sochi. Tune in. PE
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