Already officially introduced by the brand.
During the celebration of an event in the circuit of Daytona, Ferrari desvelaba your last one off, the SP275 RW Competizione, a version of the current F12 that it was inspired by the classic Ferrari 275 GTB/C in 1964. Conducted by the department of special operations of the brand at the request of a client.
despite the fact that the first images and data of the model ran like wildfire through the network, what is certain is that Ferrari not only had not officially presented, but had not made any statement about the model or its specifications, until now.
From the first moment we arrived to say we could count on the mechanical platform of the F12 tdf, instead of the engine of the F12 Berlinetta standard. Which means that account with the V12 of 6.3 litres and 780 horses, as well as the same gearbox F12 tdf limited edition.
Inspired by the 275 GTB/C-yellow 1964
In the case of the F12 tdf, the performance increase with respect to the F12 conventional, using only with 2.9 seconds to go from zero to 100 km/h and 7.9 seconds to reach 200 km/h from a standing start. Its maximum speed is around 340 km/h. We understand that after the working in a cosmetic of the department of special projects of the Italian brand, the new SP275 RW has not altered too much the initial specifications.
Little or nothing is known of the price that will be paid to its owner by the order, the Dr. Rick Workman, Florida, where precisely is also the exemplary classic on which it is based, this model is yellow, and of which we have spoken at length on another occasion.
In the same way, it is also not known too much of its interior, since both the first images that met the vehicle as well as the snapshots official that the brand has posted only show us the outside, so that we understand that will hold the dashboard to the F12 tdf.