The Ferrari 812 Superfast is, well, super fast.
Ferrari really hit the nail on the head with that name. 789 horsepower from a 6.5-liter V12 rockets this grand tourer to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. Ferrari pegs its top speed at 211 mph. You get the picture – the car isn’t exactly slow. So news from Italian news sites of an even more powerful special edition caught our attention. So, too, did photos from Instagram user Ferrari Icona:
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Side profile of the SP1 Ferrari hosted a private viewing of the #MonzaSP1 and #MonzaSP2 earlier today. The car is said to be limited (not confirmed) to 200 units, has a full carbon body and aluminum chassis. The car is inspired by the 250 Testarossa, based on the Ferrari 812 SuperFast and appears to be somewhat similar to the F12 TRS. Ferrari displayed a silver/yellow example #SP1with a brown leather interior and a black example with red details #SP2. #Ferrari #Monza #FerrariMonza #SP1#Maranello #Liveupload
Actually, Ferrari took the wraps off two special edition models as part of their new “Icona” series: the Monza SP1 and SP2. Now, “SP” refers to “Special Project”, as these cars are based on the 812 Superfast. Instead of 789 horsepower, these road-going racers produce 810 horsepower. The 0-60 figure reportedly remains the same, but that’s hardly what matters. Just look at it.
No ordinary Ferrari
Ferrari builds the shell entirely from carbon fiber. And before you ask: no, you can’t get it with a windshield. Nor will you likely be able to get it at all. Each car is limited to a production run of 500 units.
Pricing information wasn’t available, but you’ll likely need seven figures and Ferrari’s blessing to buy one. Still, we’re sure the Formula 1 cockpit will entice well-heeled enthusiasts without issue.