The exclusive Ferrari Special Projects Division has certainly been busy. The masses have scarcely had time to recover from the Ferrari SP FFX and the SP America and here we have a new contender: The Ferrari F12 TRS. Based on the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and perhaps the 250 Testa Rossa, she is a force in both looks and power arenas. Behold the Ferrari F12 TRS. Commissioned by an anonymous owner from the SP Team, she is a brilliant work of envy.
The Ferrari F12 TRS Special Projects Car at a glance:
- Flavio Manzoni, the chief of design for the Ferrari Style Center, personally oversaw the project.
- The bare beast is the same as the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta–making it a brutal 6.3-liter V12 capable of catapulting from 0-60 in 3 seconds and 124 MPH in 8 seconds.
- The changes are purely aesthetic and it is unclear if there are any new aerodynamic advantages to them. Nonetheless, it is a gorgeous example of a Ferrari and the only one like it in the world.
For those who may be unfamiliar, the Ferrari Special Projects team (Ferrari SP team) is an exclusive segment of the Ferrari brand with the power and ultimate creativity to produce one-off models based on traditional models. These special order and edition Ferrari cars are created only for an exclusive amount of high-paying clientele and they are almost always extraordinary. The SP Team was responsible for Eric Clapton’s Ferrari and James Glickenhaus’s P4/5 Competizione, among others, of course.
The Ferrari F12 TRS was officially introduced to the public in Sicily during the Ferrari Cavalcade, which is fitting. She is one of nearly 100 supercars to grace the event. She also attended and generated much applause at the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
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