The Italian Stallion is, as the hardcore fans out there probably know, no stranger to making something special and unique to the most faithful customers or to the ones with deep enough pockets that are not satisfied with what Ferrari has to offer in a standard vehicle. Some of the examples of what I am talking about are the recent F60 America and F12 TRS based on the F12 Berlinetta and the 458 MM Speciale.
The latest one of such supercars was, as the title says, Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione This one was very quietly unveiled at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali event in Daytona, and its name is. When you look at it, it seems that its based on either the regular F12 or the more hardcore F12TDF limited to 799 units that are already sold out. If we analyze further than we can come to the conclusion that it probably started as the F12TDF because it hosts the same wider fenders and side slats. This yellow coup’ found its place nicely next to the 599-based P540 Superfast Aperta which is one-off and the above mentioned F60 America, where the all three cars have a kinda similar finish.
When we poked around the Ferrari sites and forums, we managed to get a hold of an info stating that this latest feat by Ferrari belongs to Dr. Rick Workman from Florida, and he had taken the delivery less than a week ago. This special project took nearly two years, and it wears the Giallo triplo strato (yellow triple layer) paint that has blue carbon accents as well. The body of this special project resembles the 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C owned by millionaire Preston Henn that is considered by some as the most valuable Ferrari ever which is worth from $75 to even $100 million.
Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione Engine
Since it has been so secretly unveiled, we didn’t manage to get hold of info regarding its upgrades, meaning that we do not know if it has anything more added to it over the not-so-regular F12TDF. The Tour de France (TDF) special edition represents Ferrari’s peak of naturally aspirated engines, with a V12 that is able to offer 780 HP and 521 lb-ft of torque. That is more than enough to make this vehicle jump 0-62 MPH in 2.9 seconds and achieve a top speed of over 211 MPH. One more info remained undisclosed, and it is regarding the price tag of the Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione. If you do the math, then you can without a doubt reach a conclusion that it must be more expensive than the F12TDF which was priced at €310.184 (before taxes) for a brief time it spent on the market.