It's the only liquid silver Ferrari F12 TRS in the world.
The F12 Berlinetta was the fastest road-going Ferrari ever built when it first rolled of the production line in 2012 – or at least it was until the hardcore TDF variant arrived limited to just 799 units. Two years into the Berlinetta's production, Ferrari built an even rarer model for an especially wealthy client called the F12 TRS in 2014. Initially thought to be a surprise one-off, it was essentially a drop-top version of the F12 Berlinetta inspired by the 1957 250 Testa Rossa with a revised rear-end, finished in multi-layer red paint specific to the model.
However, unbeknown to some, Ferrari built another F12 TRS sporting a different front-end which was recently showcased at a track day in Switzerland. The video shows the ultra-rare F12 TRS being gingerly loaded off a truck where it was met by an army of curious photographers, before facing off against a Porsche 911 GT3 RS in a drag race down an airfield.
Unsurprisingly, it attracted a lot of attention at the event thanks to its striking liquid silver paint finish, targa-style roof, and a bespoke front-end with a new diffuser and a unique hood. Unlike the original red F12 TRS, the exposed engine isn't covered by glass. It looks unlike any other Ferrari, since every body panel is new compare dto the F12. This is undoubtedly one of Ferrari Special Divion's craziest creations to date.According to the video description, the liquid silver F12 TRS was commissioned by the same owner as the original red model and allegedly cost $4.2 million. Ferrari built three examples of the F12 TRS in total, including a black model.