Remember the one-off SP38 based on the Ferrari 488 GTB? Well, Ferrari has taken a swing at custom builds again and revealed its latest creation, the SP3JC, made to order by an unnamed Ferrari customer/collector who wanted a “pure, uncompromising roadster”.
The SP3JC is based on the chassis of the F12 tdf, similarly utilising the engine and transmission from the car. Specific output was not mentioned but based solely on the F12 tdf, the SP3JC should be making around 780 hp and 705 Nm, with power directed to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox.
Seen as a tribute to Ferrari’s V12-powered roadsters of the 1950s and 1960s, the permanently open top SP3JC took more than two years to build, with input and close involvement by the customer in the process.
The customer’s passion for Pop Art is also reflected onto the car, with the combination of the Azzurro Met (Blue) and Giallo Modena (Yellow) livery over the main Bianco Italia (White) colour scheme.
What’s even more catchy is the glass inserts on the front bonnet that allows you to take a peek of the monstrous 6.3-litre naturally-aspirated V12.