Images of the one-off Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione have surfaced online, with the F12-based special believed to be inspired by the 275 GTB/C Speciale from the 1960s.
Technical details of the bright yellow F12-based coupe are yet to be confirmed, though we do know it was created as a one-off by the Ferrari Special Program division and the Ferrari Styling Centre.
Like the bespoke 458 MM Speciale that was revealed earlier this year, the SP275 RW Competizione features a custom-made carbon-fibre body.
The gills in the side are inspired by the original 275 GTB/C Speciale, while the special supercar also bears resemblance to numerous stablemates including the California T and GT4C Lusso.
While yet to be confirmed, it’s believed the special coupe is powered by the same 6.3-litre V12 that does service in the ‘standard’ F12 Berlinetta and more hardcore F12 TdF.
That powerplant produces 544kW of power and 689Nm of torque in the F12 Berlinetta, climbing to 574kW and 705Nm in the F12 Tdf. It’s unknown which state of tune the SP275 RW Competizione receives.
In the F12 TdF, the 6.3-litre V12 is capable of catapulting the Italian stallion from 0-100km/h in just 2.9 seconds, on its way to a top speed in excess of 340km/h.
Pricing for the bespoke Ferrari is also unknown, though it’s believed the wealthy American dentist who commissioned the project coughed up more than $3 million.