Ferrari SP48 Unica – Someone paid millions for this unique sports car

The waiting list for a model from Ferrari’s Special Projects range is said to span many years. No matter how hard you bang on the Ferrari gate with millions in your hand, you are not just chosen to buy an SP model. Only the most loyal customers are allowed to develop their dream car in collaboration with Ferrari. One lucky person chose a unique sports car based on the F8 Tributo: this Ferrari SP48 Unica.

The Special Projects department of Ferrari has been around for more than fifteen years and is a gold mine for the Italian manufacturer. Wealthy enthusiasts are lining up to design a unique creation together with the Ferrari Styling Center. The best known is probably Eric Clapton, who had a beautiful 512BB tribute drawn in 2012 based on the Ferrari 458 Italia: the SP12 EC. Where EC stands for… right… Eric Clapton.

Ferrari SP48 Unica bought by unknown rich man

It is of course unknown who bought this Ferrari SP48 Unica. Ferrari Special Projects is that discreet. The car is based on the F8 Tributo, with a carriage on which new modeling techniques have been unleashed, allowing the creation of more organic forms. You can see this especially in the front bumper, which has a kind of beehive of holes.

Ferrari SP48 Unica - Someone paid many millions for this unique sports car

Many millions for 720 hp strong Ferrari

You can no longer see the twin-turbo V8 in the back. Ferrari has put a dense cover over it. Ferrari does not talk about engine adjustments, so we assume that 720 hp is still available. This flashes the ‘normal’ F8 Tributo to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds. In the Netherlands, it costs just over 300,000 euros. The client probably paid several million for the SP48 Unica.

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