Possible Image of the Ferrari SP FFX Hits the Internet

Patent drawings revealed late last year got the web buzzing about a new one-off Ferrari called the SP FFX .

As it turns out, a forum member from Ferrari Chat disclosed that this car is, in fact, the one-off SP FFX that was built by Ferrari’s own customization program, which was created specifically to let people with pockets deeper than the Marianas Trench pay exorbitant sums for a Ferrari that they can call uniquely "their own."

The general proportions of the Ferrari FF are pretty clear on this one, particularly the headlights and the side-view mirrors. The special grille doesn’t do much to excite us, but we do like how the splashes of white — particularly on the wheels — add a nice balance to the unmistakable Rosso Red body.

Performance numbers are still a relative mystery, but we think it’s going to retain the standard 6.3-liter, V-12 engine with 651 horsepower and 503 pound-feet of torque on tap. We expect the supercar to hit 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and head up to a top speed of 208 mph.

According to "getnoir" — the aforementioned forum member of Ferrari Chat who showed the photo — the SP FFX was designed and built specifically for a Japanese customer. Something tells us that he’s going to love what Ferrari has built for him.

If anything, the SP FFX has one-off written all over it.

Click past the jump to read about the Ferrari FF

Source: Ferrari Chat

2012 Ferrari FF

Ferrari FF

The Ferrari FF was unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show and it is by far the strangest model offered by Ferrari in the past few years. The FF features a shooting brake-like body style, with a front end clearly inspired by the 458 Italia and a large rear hatch. It is the only model offered by Ferrari that can accommodate four passengers and their luggage.

Under the hood, the FF gets a 6.3 liter, V-12 engine that delivers an impressive 651 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 504 pound-feet at 6,000 rpm. With this impressive power, the FF can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and up to a top speed of 208 mph.


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