This one-of-a-kind Prancing Horse is based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Berlinetta.
Since launching in 2007, Ferrari's Special Projects program has spawned some stunning one-off models designed for very wealthy clients. The Prancing Horse's most recent bespoke creation is the Ferrari SP38 based on the 488 GTB, which mixes design elements of the 308 GTB and the iconic F40 to create a unique and striking shape. Back in 2012, Ferrari's Special Projects division created the one-off SP30 for Cheerag Arya, a petrochemical tycoon and renowned Ferrari collector. Six years later, Ferrari's fifth Special Projects car is now looking for a new owner.
While the car looks like it's based on the flagship F12 Berlinetta or 812 Superfast, the SP30 is based on the F12's predecessor, the 599 GTB Berlinetta, blending elements from the 599 GTO and track-only 599XX with styling cues from the F12 that debuted after the SP30 was commissioned.
The car is listed for sale in Texas at the Crave Luxury Auto dealership, which says the "paint is in excellent condition," the "interior is virtually flawless," and that "it is apparent that this car was garaged and meticulously-maintained."
It's also only clocked up 64 miles during its six-year lifetime, so it's virtually brand new. Quite how it ended up in Texas when the owner was born in India and resides in the United Arab Emirates is a mystery, though. There's no price on the sale listing either, but you can guarantee this one-off Prancing Horse will command an astronomical asking price.