What’s more unique than a Ferrari? A one-off Ferrari that no one else will ever own and that’s exactly what the SP3JC is. Custom designed for an unnamed and ultra-rich patron of the Prancing Horse moniker, this car took two years and many of the best brains from Maranello to design and build.
It’s based on the f12tdF and in profile, you do see the shape but that’s where the similarities end. The face has been re-profiled for a more aggressive smile while at the side, the fender vents have been moved lower down giving the door a cleaner look. The rear has been changed entirely as the engine lid is transparent, the tail lamps are circular and blacked out. Where the f12tdf has a rather aggressive looking aero package sticking out of the rear, this car gets a cowl of sorts giving it a rather unique appearance.
The paint scheme is a blue (Azzurro Met) over white (Bianco Italia) with a bright shade of yellow (Giallo Modena) that has been used for the numbers, engine cover, wheel rims and a horizontal strip over on the bonnet. The interior has been kept a secret but Ferrari has revealed that’s it’s the same blue all over with white striping. The car is a roadster only and thus gets safety hoops above the seats that have been painted in black.
This SP3JC makes use of the F12tdf’s 6.3-litre V12 that produces 769bhp/705Nm and with a seven-speed DCT sending power to the rear wheels. There are no official figures yet, but the hardtop F12tdf did the 0-100kmph sprint in 2.9 seconds and had a top speed of 340kmph. This one being a roofless car, will be a bit slower but 'bit' here is a relative term when one is talking about the performance of a Ferrari and so shouldn’t be too far behind.