One-Off Wonder: Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione
The Ferrari SP 275 rw competizione is usually the definition of exclusive. Limited to one single unit, the sports car, based on the Ferrari F12berlinetta, is usually in homage to the late Ferrari 275GTB, the brand’s V-12–powered sports car produced between 1964 along with 1968.
Styled by Pininfarina, the SP 275 rw competizione incorporates 275GTB cues such as louvers carved into the rear quarter-panel aft of the window line along with four vents positioned behind the front wheels. Yellow paint, an aluminum fuel cap, along with bespoke rear-end bodywork that will includes additional vents at the auto’s stern specifically recall the Ecurie Francorchamps 275GTB that will won the GT class at Le Mans in 1965, shown below in an illustration by Ferrari. Distinct headlights, a unique front fascia, along with 20-inch, 10-spoke aluminum wheels complete the brand-new car’s looks.
While the SP 275 rw competizione rides on the standard F12berlinetta’s chassis (albeit having a slightly wider rear track), the auto’s powertrain components come by the harder-edged, wider F12tdf. As such, the SP 275 rw competizione’s 6.3-liter V-12 engine delivers a raucous 769 horsepower at 8500 rpm to the one-off Ferrari’s rear wheels. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic serves as the middleman between the engine along with the tires.
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Although Ferrari didn’t specify the lone SP 275 rw competizione’s cost, we can only assume the individual purchasing This kind of one-of-one Ferrari spent far more than the nearly half a million dollars the Italian brand charged for the F12tdf.