The car’s mechanicals are identical to the F8, but it has redesigned headlights and wraparound taillights.
For a long-time client, Ferrari has extensively redesigned its F8 Tributo mid-engined supercar to create the SP48 Unica.
After last year’s V12-powered BR20, the F8 Tributo’s mechanicals, including its mid-mounted 719hp twin-turbo V8, are used in the latest entry into the ultra-exclusive One-Off series.
It has an angular front end and a bold, windowless rear end with a wraparound light bar, both designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre. Redesigned headlights and relocated brake cooling vents are two other notable differences.
The 48th Ferrari Special Project Car
This, according to Ferrari, gives the SP48 – named after the company’s 48th special project car – its own distinct look while remaining recognizably the supercar on which it is based.
Inside, it’s more like the F8, with Alcantara upholstery and carbon fiber trim elements. Ferrari, on the other hand, claims to have developed “the ideal color and trim combination to reflect the SP48 Unica’s sleek, sporty, and aggressive personality.”
“The SP48 Unica achieves its goal of masterfully transforming an existing model, drawing inspiration from and paying homage to the company’s core values of innovation and passion,” the statement continued.
Designers used 3D prototyping extensively to create the one-off berlinetta, allowing them to digitally redesign elements such as the front grille and engine air intakes.
The SP48 has not been given a price, but it will have cost its owner more than the now-discontinued Ferrari F8 Tributo.
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Last year, the Italian brand debuted the Roma sports car, and it also sells the Portofino and the 812 Superfast. The automaker is also preparing to unveil its Purosangue SUV in the near future.