One-Off Ferrari SP48 Unica Revealed

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The SP48 Unica, Ferrari's latest one-off customer project, has been revealed. 'Unique' is the English translation of the name. The SP48 Unica is based on the F8 Tributo and was created with the help of an undisclosed and extremely wealthy customer.

The wheelbase and hardpoints remain identical, but the sheet metal has been replaced with custom elements, including the grille, headlights, and air inlets.

The sleek new front has headlamps that are more similar to the Roma and 296 than the F8, with a distinctive body-color lower grille. The front hood has large vents, and the windshield wraps around the car, aided by the blackout A-pillars, to resemble a huge helmet visor.

Ferrari SP48 Unica

There is no back window where the SP48 is located. That means there's no way to see the engine in the rearview mirror and no way for passers-by to look into the engine compartment from the street. The characteristic Ferrari quad lights are still visible, but they are now part of a horizontal LED strip that runs across the back of the car in an oval shape created by the little fixed spoiler above and its mirror copy below.

Inside, a specifically created perforated black Alcantara trims the seats, door cards, and dashboard.

The rest of the cabin is similar to that of the automobile on which it is based, except there are carbon-fiber accents everywhere.

SP48 Unica

The SP48 Unica is almost anticipated to retain the F8 Tributo's rear-mounted 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 with 710 horsepower and 770Nm, which is transmitted to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

This allows for a stated 2.9-second 0-100km/h sprint time on the route to a top speed of around 340km/h.

The owner of this Ferrari paid roughly $2 million for the SP48 and waited over a year for delivery.

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