Ferrari Spent Two Years to Build this One-off SP275 RW Competizione
A one-of-a-kind Ferrari has been spotted (and grabbed all the attention) at Daytona this weekend where Ferrari was getting up the unforgettable Finali Mondiali year end. Little detail is known about the sunshine-yellow model, but according to the official manufacturer’s spokesman, it was built under the special order. Apparently, it took almost two years to build this ultra-rare modern beauty. Owned by Dr. Rick Workman, the SP275 bears his RW initials.
Developed by Ferrari’s Special Projects team, the SP275 RW Competizione is based off the F12 Berlinetta adopting some design cues from the 275 GTB\C Speciale as well as the Berlinetta Lusso. However, the custom bodywork with carbon fiber body panels and smooth lines has been dramatically reconfigured, to enhance aerodynamics. The model is supposed to be powered by a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 – if so, it should boast 770 horsepower as well. Performance specs have also not been disclosed.