La Ferrari Successor Breaks Cover; Ferrari Daytona SP3 Debuts At Mugello

Limited to just 599 units, the 6.5 liter naturally aspirated V-12 engine in the Daytona SP3 is the most powerful engine to ever be built at Maranello

Ferrari has launched the Daytona SP3, its final car, completing the TRIO as part of their ICONA series. For those of you who don't know the ICONA series is a range of cars produced in limited numbers for wealthy and private collectors

The successor to the great La-Ferrari, it features a 6.5 naturally-aspirated V-12 engine

The Daytona SP3 follows the Ferrari Monza SP1 back in 2018

As well as the Monza SP2 that same year, with both cars featuring a V-12 engine as well. While those cars were going for a more Barchetta style

The Daytona SP3 has gone for a mid-engined layout that is synonymous with hypercar exotica. Ferrari's latest hypercar pays homage to the Ferrari 330 P3/4, that dominated the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in 1967

Ferrari has integrated design elements of several models from its past. With a design of voluptuous but clean shapes, such as wheel arches in the style of the 1960s or be its wraparound windshield, Ferrari has given us a masterpiece

Don't these horizontal strakes remind you of the Testarossa?

The body uses a lot of technology borrowed from Formula 1 and is made entirely of composite materials

Ferrari has gone to great lengths to work on aerodynamics with intelligent duction and chimneys to channelize air better. Ferrari have gone to the extent and say that the SP3 is their most aerodynamic car they've ever made

Moving to the interior, the Daytona SP features a fully digital dashboard with a curved 16-inch screen to view all of the car’s information.

The seats are fixed to the chassis and you instead get an adjustable steering column and pedal box. The seating position is in fact similar to that of an F1 car

Next, the powerplant. Nothing but a V-12 will for a car as special as this one. It features a 6.4 liter naturally aspirated V-12 engine that produces 840 hp & 477 lb-ft of torque. It revs to 9500 rpm making it the most powerful engine built by Ferrari

The Daytona SP3 takes just, 7.4 seconds to do 125mph from a standstill and will go on to a claimed top speed that exceeds 212 mph.

Pirelli has created its own P Zero Corsa tires for Ferrari’s third Icona model, which are rated at 265/30 ZR20 at the front and 345/30 ZR21 at the rear

In the end, this Prancing Horse is a halo car that marks the end of an era for internal combustion for Ferrari, as electric cars go mainstream. It may well be one of the last V-12 models from the famed Italian marque

Only 599 units of the Daytona SP3 will be made and will carry a hefty price tag of $2.26 Dollars, with deliveries expected to begin late next year. Swipe Up to Read More about the La Ferrari's Succersor.