The Italian Job: Ferrari Daytona SP3

Honouring your own (motorsport) history and producing lucrative special series at the same time is currently very popular in the automotive industry. And Ferrari shows how to do everything, but really everything, right with the Daytona SP3.
Text Helmut Werb
Photo Ferrari

If Ferrari alone isn’t exclusive enough for you, then you can always spend your money on the vehicles from the special Icona series. The first in line was the single-seater Monza SP1, immediately followed by the Monza SP2 for two. Now Ferrari presents the chronologically correct Daytona SP3, a beautiful homage to the legendary 330 race cars from the 1960s, when Ferrari took the first three places in the 24-hour race in Florida.

The windshield arches over the cockpit, while the mid-mounted 6.5-liter V12, a revised version of the 812 Competizione, delivers 840 horses of power and nearly 700 newton meters of torque – extremely impressive figures even in our horsepower-addled times. So far, Ferrari has not revealed how many units of the limited-edition supercar it will produce.

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