Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Builds 1-off Supercars for its Loyal Clienti
The SP3JC livery is wild!
The combination of a blue nose over white bodywork with yellow graphics was inspired by the customer’s interest in Pop Art, according to Ferrari.
It is wild but not crazy ,as the cars created by actual pop artists like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein for BMW back in the 1970’s.
Turning a F12tdf into the 1-off SP3JC required major coachbuilding alterations
The F12tdf came only as a coupe, but Ferrari removed the top to make the SP3JC a convertible. It also cut some holes in the hood to show the engine. Other aspects of the bodywork were restyled as well. The interior is trimmed in blue leather with a white insert, to match the exterior.
Ferrari did not mention any changes to the powertrain.
The F12tdf left Ferrari’s Maranello, Italy, factory with a 6.3-liter V12 producing 780 horsepower and 520 pound-feet of torque. The car also featured a rear-wheel steering system, and was stripped of most creature comforts to save weight. Just 799 of the F12tdf were made, so this was a rare car even before Ferrari created the 1-of-a-kind SP3JC.
Regular Ferrari production models like the F12tdf and the newer 812 Superfast are not lacking in excitement or exclusivity. But some people always want more, and Ferrari is happy to deliver to its loyal and super wealthy clienti.
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