• Ferrari Drops a Pair of Bombshell Speedsters at Maranello Unveiling

The two stunners are called the Monza SP1 and the Monza SP2

Reports of Ferrari’s plan to unleash a number of special edition Ferraris came through in a big way with the recent unveilings of the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 Speedsters. The launch of the two

based speedsters took place at a price event dedicated to Ferrari customers. The two cars haven’t been made public, but reports from those who attended the event have taken to social media to show the parts of the two special edition Ferraris.

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Well, those rumors about Ferrari developing special edition models are true. The Italian automaker unveiled two of them in a private event for Ferrari customers. Granted, the two models look to be the same type of special edition model. They’re both speedsters, though one only has one seat while the other has two. According to Auttoapassionati.it, they’re called the Ferrari Monza SP1 and Ferrari Monza SP2, respectively.

Little is known about the two models, at least as far as those who weren’t present at the event.

What we have seen are photos of the two speedsters all over social media, and from the looks of it, both the Monza SP1 and the Monza SP2 are Barchetta-type vehicles with that have small windshields and very little in the way of cabins apart from the seat and controls.

It’s also hard to tell how much of the Ferrari 812 Superfast’s design was used on the two models. We can see that the Monza SP1 has a silver paint finish with yellow trim on the body while the Monza SP2 comes in black with red leather seats in the interior. As for the interior, we can see that carbon fiber was generously used in the car, specifically in the interior where it surrounds the driver compartment, or in the case of the Monza SP2, the driver and passenger compartments. The aforementioned controls of the car are limited to a steering wheel, a yellow Ferrari tachometer, and the obligatory leather racing seats and shoulder harnesses.

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Technical specs are unknown, and there’s a good chance that we’re not going to know about them until Ferrari releases official information about the two models. Since these two models can trace their roots on the 812 Superfast, it’s possible that both of them are carrying the same 6.5-liter V-12 engine that the 812 has. The supercar’s engine produces 789 horsepower and 530 pound-feet of torque, though how much power the Monza SP1 and the Monza SP2 have is unclear at this point.

There’s a reason Ferrari unveiled the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 at a private event and limited the audience to some of its most loyal customers.

The two speedsters will go on sale, but they’ll likely be very limited in volume, and only long-time Ferrari customers will get a hold of them.

Further reading

2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast High Resolution Exterior
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Read our full review on the 2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast.

2020 Ferrari 812 GTS Exterior Computer Renderings and Photoshop
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Read our full speculative review on the 2018 Ferrari 812 Aperta.

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Read more Ferrari news.

Source: Just Supercars

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