- SP1 and SP2 are limited-edition cars
- Both use the company’s most powerful V12 engine
- Both cost upwards of £3m
Limited-edition Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 revealed
Ferrari has taken its first two ‘Icona’ models, the SP1 and SP2, to the 2018 Paris Motor Show.
Cars under the ‘Icona’ brand pay homage to Ferraris of the past. The SP1 and SP2 hark back to Ferrari’s Barchettas of the 1950s – the 750 Monza and 850 Monza. You’ll only be able to get your hands on one if you’re a loyal Ferrari customer, and you’ll have to have a spare £3m floating around.
Each model is unique, with the bodywork made from carbon fibre and Kevlar. And there’s no roof or windscreen. Apparently instead of a windscreen, there’s a virtual one, which manipulates air flow around the driver.
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