It is estimated to be worth around $2 million.
The new custom order made by the special projects department of Ferrari is the SP48 Single , a two-seater V8-powered supercar. It’s so good it seems a shame there’s only one copy for everyone.
The Ferrari SP48 Unique was created for an anonymous customer , immensely wealthy and fanatical for many years of the Prancing Horse. It is based on the recently discontinued F8 Tributo, a car whose roots go back to the 458 Italia launched in 2009.
How is the unique new Ferrari
The sleek new grille of the SP48 Unica features headlights more reminiscent of those of the Roma and the 296 than of the F8 including the unusual body-coloured lower grille which also resembles that of the Roma.
The hood has vents to keep air out of the bumper, and the windscreen promises a wrap-around effect, aided by A-pillars to give the impression of some sort of giant helmet.
Side air intakes and additional intakes can be seen in the upper body just behind the door glass, while black sill panels cut deep into the lower body to give the vehicle a much more muscular and athletic look than the F8 .
It’s at the rear that the SP48 really surprises, because no rear window . This means there is no chance of seeing the engine through the rear view mirror and no chance of passers-by looking into the engine bay from the outside.
The traditional Ferrari quad headlights are present, but in this case they are part of a horizontal LED strip crossing the rear of the car in an oval shape created between the small fixed wing mounted above and its mirror image below.
Ferrari has not released any interior images. , but we know that it has changed little compared to the one installed on the F8 Tributo. Maranello says that in addition to the rear window deletion, the SP48 has laser-perforated Alcantara upholstery that features reproduced hexagonal patterns on the front grille and roof, and through which you can see the matching red fabric the exterior color.
No mechanical modifications were mentioned, which means that the SP48 equips the 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 developing 710 horsepower of the F8 Tribute. Sure: while a factory F8 Tribute costs around $277,000, it’s possible that this copy cost around $2 million.