The latest model to arrive from Ferrari's Special Projects division.
Ferrari Special Projects division creates some of the rarest, most expensive Prancing Horses in the world, for clients with deep pockets and a desire for ultra-exclusivity. Arab businessman Cheerag Arya commissioned the SP Arya, the P540 Superfast Aperta was built for Edward Walson - the son of the man who invented cable TV - and most recently Eric Clapton tasked the company's bespoke program to build him the SP12 EC.
At the beginning of the year we caught wind of another one-off Ferrari, based on the FF and commissioned by a wealthy Japanese client. And now we have an image of yet another unique project, dubbed the SP America. Reports suggest it's a one-off targa conversion of the F12 Berlinetta. We'll have to wait and see about that, but from the image its clear the unique model is sporting a triple hood scoop layout, a restyled front bumper with trapezoidal vents and a slimmer grille.