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The Ferrari BR20 - A Fastback One-Off Model Based On The GTC4 Lusso

The Ferrari BR20 is a bespoke two-seat model that draws inspiration from many yesteryear Ferraris

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When you’ve got the money, you don’t just buy the most exotic cars; you get them commissioned based on your preference and needs. Top-end automakers aren’t new to this as they customize every car based on the client’s needs, but sometimes, they cater to demands that literally change the shape and style of the vehicle. Courtesy of one such customer, we have the Ferrari BR20 – a One-Off car commissioned by a customer that’s based on the GTC4 Lusso.

What’s Special About The Ferrari BR20?

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The Ferrari BR20 is designed by the automaker’s one-off division for one of its longstanding clients. The BR20 is a two-seater coupé based on the GTC4 Lusso that takes inspiration from the Ferraris of the 1950s and 60s. It even has heavy shades of the 410 Superamerica and the 500 Superfast to it.

It loses out on its two-box, shooting brake design and looks more conventional. Up front, you can see a wide grille with horizontal slats. The headlights sit low for the meaner looks and feature slimmer DRLs too. The carbon fiber element on the top is something we’ve seen on other One-Off models as well, one of them being the SP38 Deborah.

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The side profile, especially the floating C-pillar, is reminiscent of the 599 GTB. It seems to be a single panel that starts at the base of the windscreen and ends at the taillights. The efforts put here are evident because to think of it, achieving this on mass-produced cars is nearly impossible.

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The fastback styling looks exquisite, to say the least. It doesn’t look too busy or too modest. The BR20 rides on 20-inch diamond-finished wheels. There’s even a sill that starts on the door and curves up into the front fender. At the rear, you can spot a rear spoiler and a diffuser with integrated exhausts. The heavy overhang has resulted in the BR20 being three inches longer than the GTC4 Lusso.

It draws power from the GTC4 Lusso’s V-12 mill. The power specs for this build aren’t revealed, but in the car that it’s based on, the 6.3-liter mill used to put out 681 horses and 514 pound-feet of torque. The free-flowing engine used to rev up to 8,250 rpm and could sprint to 62 mph from a standstill in just 3.4 seconds.

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The team was able to achieve the flawless fastback style because the rear seats were removed. This coupé is a two-seater and comes with a reworked interior. You can see the extensive use of carbon fiber and oak all around the cabin. The seats are draped in brown leather to further elevate the plushness and exclusivity. In place of the rear seats, the owner has opted for a luggage deck. I would choose to haul luggage over people, too, if I ever got a car customized for myself!

Conclusion

There’s no word on the price of this one-off build, but a seven-digit figure guesstimate wouldn’t be too off. For your reference, the GTC4 Lusso was priced at around $300,000 before it went out of production.

Sidd Dhimaan
Sidd Dhimaan
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