A new one-off Ferrari looks like it’s getting closer to meeting its owner. Two months after the mysterious Prancing Horse was photographed peeking under a car cover , Carscoops.com has received another photo of the mysterious Ferrari. Reportedly created by Ferrari SP America, the one-off supercar appears to be completed and is now headed to the loving arms of its new owner.
SP America is the same special projects division responsible for the SP-FFX , a similar one-off creation built for a specific customer.
Nobody knows who the owner of the new one-off Ferrari is, but it’s obvious that he has a fine taste in supercars . At the very least, he doesn’t seem too content with just owning a regular Ferrari. It has to be a unique one-off in the vein of the SP-FFX that we first saw a few months ago.
On that end, you can tell that he’s in for a treat. Large front intakes are a unique departure from the F12berlinetta, the Ferrari this one-off is reportedly based on. The one-off’s hood is also markedly different, carrying three small nostrils that were probably added to send more air to the engine. Larger wheels also show themselves on this photo and according to reports, a targa-style roof is also part of the car’s overall design.
Engine numbers weren’t disclosed, but if it is based on the F12berlinetta , expect to see the same 6.3-liter V-12 engine that bangs out 740 horsepower and 508 pound-feet of torque, good for a 3.1-second 0-60 mph sprint time and a 211-mph top speed.
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Why It Matters
Always count on Ferrari to keep us on our toes. The new Ferrari SP America once again shows the remarkable creativity and proclivity for uniqueness that the Prancing Horse is known for. More importantly, the increasing frequency of models coming out of SP America shows that this special division is as busy as its ever been, which means that we could be in store for more one-off models in the near future.
The photos don’t outwardly show lighter components being used on this one-off. But we expect that there are some carbon fiber elements there. Hell, a power upgrade isn’t out of the cards too, even if its predecessor, the SP FFX, didn’t come with any.
Putting our thinking hats on, we do think carbon fiber was used on this one-off model and it’s got a modest performance bump, possibly to around 770 horsepower and about 540 pound-feet of torque. That should cut the 0-60 mph time to under three seconds while increasing top speed to around 217 mph.