We can't take our eyes off this fetching Ferrari F12 one-off special spotted at Daytona.
Ferrari has been known to make bespoke cars for privileged clients who are wealthy enough to make such requests - recent examples include the Ferrari F60 America and the extreme open-top F12 TRS inspired by a 1957 250 Testa Rossa. To try and appeal to the masses, the looks were often compromised. This one, however, is rather special. Spotted at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali event in Daytona, Facebook fan page Ferrari F12 TdF shared photos of a one-off Ferrari F12 called the SP275 RW Competizione.
Whether the SP275 RW Competizione is based on the standard Berlinetta model or its beefier brother, the limited-run F12tdf built in homage to the Tour de France which Chris Harris hooned around the Top Gear test track this year, is unclear, but its sportier styling suggests it could be the latter – the side slants look like a giveaway. According to a member of the Ferrari chat forum, the Florida-based owner of this latest Ferrari Special Project car took delivery of the fetching Ferrari around a week ago. The one-off SP275 RW Competizione was built in two years and is dressed in Giallo triplo strato (yellow triple layer) paint with blue carbon accents.
As the name suggests, the SP275 RW Competizione's bodywork is based on the timeless 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C, which has the honor of being the most expensive Ferrari in the world. Whether the SP275 RW Competizione has had any mechanical upgrades is uncertain, but we can assume it's based on the F12tdf's naturally-aspirated V12 which pumps out 780 hp, delivering a 0-62 mph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 211 mph. We also have no idea how much the SP275 RW Competizione is worth, but you can bet it's more expensive than the F12tdf which sold for around $420,000 and likely well over two million dollars.