Ferrari has revealed their latest one-off build called the BR20 based on the GTC4 Lusso platform; inspired by Ferrari coupe models from the 1950s and 60s.

The BR20 is a combination of timeless elegance with muscular sportiness as it effortlessly incorporates styling elements from some of the most iconic 12-cylinders in Ferrari history, including the 410 SA and 500 Superfast.

Unlike the GTC4 Lusso, the rear seats in the BR20 have been removed to achieve a dramatic fastback silhouette. It’s also three inches longer than Ferrari’s hatchback, as a result of the redesigned rear overhang.

The modern interpretation of Ferrari’s “flying buttress” is an indirect tribute not just to past Ferrari GT cars but also sports cars like the 599 GTB Fiorano.

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While some of the exterior components have been modified from the GTC4 Lusso, such as the headlamps and daytime running lights, items like the exhaust tips and 20-inch diamond-finish wheels were conceived specially for the one-off car.

As for the interior, it’s covered with carbon fibre and two different shades of brown leather, as per the customer’s request. Oak trims with carbon-fibre inserts were used to furnish the rear bench and luggage deck.

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The BR20 was ordered and made through the “Special Projects” programme for a longstanding Ferrari customer who was deeply involved in every step of its creation and represents a true interpretation of traditional coachbuilder’s art.

Each project originates from a customer’s idea which is then developed together with a team of designers from Ferrari’s Styling Centre. Once the car’s proportion and form have been decided, detailed design blueprints are produced before the manufacturing process. The entire process lasts on average more than one year.


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