One-off beauty has been officially introduced.
Following a series of leaked images and last week's shots from its unveiling at the Ferrari Cavalcade in Sicily, the Italian carmaker has now formally introduced the one-off F12 TRS. Based on the F12 Berlinetta, Ferrari was tasked with creating "an extreme , two seater, open-top sports barchetta." Inspiration came from the 1957 250 Testa Rossa, (hence the moniker) with the most obvious deviation from the F12 being the TRS's distinct lack of a roof.
A low, wraparound windscreen up front blends with the restyled aerobridge that runs along the length of the car to a rear end that sports long fuselage fairings that run from behind the headrests to the rear spoiler.
A stripped out interior (gone are the glove compartment, central air vents, stereo system, window controls and holders) is trimmed in black matt carbon fiber, leather and Alcantara, while the multi-layer red paint specially developed for the exterior adorns the door panels and central tunnel. Rumors of a KERS system have been proven unfounded, with the F12's 6.2-liter V12, visible through the engine lid window, continuing to churn out 740 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque.