Hot on the heels of its 812 Superfast-based Monza SP1/SP2 limited production supercar, Ferrari has revealed a new open-topped V12 supercar. The SP3JC is a one-off designed around the F12tdf. Designed in-house by the Ferrari Styling Centre, the SP3JC was commissioned by Ferrari dealer/collector, John Collins of Talacrest, who asked for a “pure, uncompromising roadster”. The project took over two years to complete.
FERRARI’S SP3JC ONE-OFF
The SP3JC features a more muscular stance, dynamically sculpted flanks, a distinctive front air intake, and a restyled rear end with horizontal slashes. The graphics are inspired by Pop Art and the paint scheme – blue (Azzurro Met), yellow (Giallo Modena) and white (Bianco Italia) – recalls that of a famous 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. The seats are trimmed in blue leather with white inserts, the blue leather theme extending to the lower dashboard.
The F12tdf has lost its roof in the transformation, with two carbonfibre roll hoops and rear buttresses taking its place. Glass inserts in the bonnet show off the F12tdf’s 780hp V12 engine, and there’s a brushed aluminium fuel filler cap.