Ferrari has issued official details of its latest one-off creation, the SP 275 RW Competizione following its first public appearance at a global owner's event, the Ferrari Mondiale Finale, at Daytona Beach in Florida last month.
The bespoke machine is headed for a private collection from an unnamed Ferrari customer.
Although based on the current F12berlinetta, the unique style of this car indicates the buyer was inspired by the old 275 GTB from 1964.
Thre revised front-end features a smoother carbon fibre bonnet devoid of the F12's 'aero bridge' and side fenders that have four shark gills.
The rear also features similar louvres behind the widened wheel arch while the rear side window has been shortened to include another series of (fake) vents. There’s also a lip rear spoiler, a milled aluminium fuel filler cap and full-width diffuser.
The yellow paint scheme is said to come from the Ecurie Francorchamps team whose Ferrari 275 GTB won the GT category in the 1965 Le Mans 24-Hour race (and finished an impressive third outright behind the winning Ferrari 250 LM).
And while the original 275 GTB ran wire wheels, this new interpretation scores one-off 20-inch alloys with five double spokes.
Power comes from the uprated version of 6.3-litre V12 from the limited-edition F12tdf, delivering 574kW/705Nm. This engine is unique with modifications that include motorsport-sourced mechanical tappets and variable geometry intake trumpets as used by the Scuderia Ferrari F1 team.
Also from the F12tdf is the uprated dual-clutch transmission with 30 per-cent faster upshifts and 40 per-cent faster downshifts and a four-wheel steering system.
Ferrari did not issue any interior photos or reveal the exact price paid by the wealthy owner.
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