The Pinnacle of Sporty by Ferrari SP3JC

Ferrari has consigned its latest one-off project, the SP3JC with exclusive open-air V12 motoring, to the owner.

The Pinnacle of Sporty by Ferrari SP3JC

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Ferrari has consigned its latest one-off project, the SP3JC with exclusive open-air V12 motoring, to the owner.

Designed by the Ferrari Styling Center, the SP3JC was commissioned by a Ferrari client and collector whose brief set out to create a pure, uncompromising roadster using the chassis and running gear of the F12tdf. Hacking back to Ferrari’s epic V12-engined spiders of the 1950s and ‘60s, the SP3JC is the maximum expression of open-air motoring, the sole one-off to be commissioned on this limited-series special.

With close involvement from the client throughout the process, which took over two years of intense work, the striking one-off makes an important and individual styling statement. Undoubtedly, it set as the representation of the dedication and precision integrated into it.

Ferrari SP3JC One-Off was designed by the Ferrari Styling Center.

The SP3JC features a very muscular stance with dynamic sculpturing on the flanks designed to emphasize the front-engine layout, a distinctive air intake outline at the front, and a dramatic rear fascia with horizontal slashes contributing to a wider stance.

The client’s passion for Pop Art is reflected in the strong graphics, and the unique combination of the Azzurro Met and Giallo Modena livery over the main Bianco Italia colour scheme underlines the car’s sensual volumes. Specific detailing such as spilt glass inserts on the bonnet to show off the 780cv V12 engine, a flying bridge between the fairings of the integral carbon-fibre roll hoops and brushed aluminium external fuel filler cap, elegantly reinforced the sporting theme.

The SP3JC features a very muscular stance with dynamic sculpturing on the flanks.

The interior has been set with a complementing charm. Blue leather with a white insert perfectly trimmed the seats. The blue leather extends to the lower dashboard and the colour is picked up in the contrasting stitching to the rest of the interior trim.

 

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