Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) F12-based Supercar, the SP275 RW Competizione
Unlike Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) “stock” Supercars designed to please the clienti, the iconic carmaker’s 1-Off Special Projects often do not conform to the tradition.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and Ferrari is happy to build a custom car that conforms to whatever that wealthy client wishes within reason for the millions such a Supercar costs.
The latest example Special Projects Ferrari is an F12-based car dubbed the SP275 RW Competizione.
The car appeared for 1st time early last Friday, at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali at the Daytona Speadway, in South Florida; a Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) fan account known as Ferrari F12 TdF posted the pictures online, along with the car’s name.
It’s unclear whether the car is based on the regular F12berlinetta or the limited edition F12tdf, but because of the body sculpting it is likely from the F12tdf.
It is unclear which of Ferrari’s clients commissioned this 1-Off Supercar.
However, in the pictures, the SP275 RW Competizione sits next to a P540 Superfast Aperta, a 1-off from Y 2011 based on the 599 GTB. According to the data the P540 was made for Edward Walson, an entertainment industry producer, and son of the man who invented cable TV; considering Mr. Walson’s apparent love for custom V-12 Ferraris, he may well be the owner of the SP275 RW Competizione…as well as the F12-based Special Projects Spider seen on the edge of the shots.
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