New Ferrari Daytona SP3: unveiled the new “Icon” with the 840 HP 6.5 V12, purity, style and innovation [PHOTO]

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT. 

Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics 

The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle). 

On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum. 

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase. 

Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12

In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. . 

From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h . 

Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "

Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design

When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

“ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.  

The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line. 

Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

 On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front. 

The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line. 

In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior 

A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat. 

The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive. 

Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries 

The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car. 

Only 599 units will be produced from the beginning of 2022 at a price of 2 million euros, including taxes.    The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is the latest addition to the “Icona Ferrari” program after the Monza SP1 and Monza SP2, a project aimed at evoking the concepts and myths of the past by reworking them in a modern key. The new creation - and masterpiece - of the Ferrari Style Center, under the far-sighted and sophisticated hand of Flavio Manzoni , is intended to be a clear reference to the Sports Prototype of the 1960s. A world so far from the present day that the pony enthusiasts and VIP customers call out loudly. This is the new Daytona SP3: a hymn to the purity of driving pleasure, a praise of simplicity and a red cloth towards the designers, here “released” to the rigid rules of engineers and aerodynamics. Only 599the units that will be prorotti of this model, at a starting price of 2 million euros including VAT.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the characteristics   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 is born from the “ashes” of the Ferrari LaFerrari , the first hybrid Prancing Horse that saw the light in 2013 and from which the Daytona SP3 collects its legacy and platform . In fact, we find a central basin entirely made of T800 carbon and hand-stretched composite materials. Technologies derived from the world of Formula 1 indispensable to ensure performance at the top of the category, with remarkable structural rigidity and a more than contained weight ( 1,485 kg dry , 44% on the front and 56% on the rear axle).   On the doors and sills, on the other hand, we find a T1000 fiber, to support the structure during possible lateral collisions. Kevlar was also employedand thermoplastic materials, with an autoclave cooking technique at 130 and 150 degrees. The ends of the car are made of high-strength steel and aluminum.     The driver's seat is integrated into the carbon tub, while the steering wheel and pedals move longitudinally in order to offer the best driving position inside the narrow passenger compartment, particularly bright thanks to the use of large glass surfaces on the “Canopy” solution and the removable roof , typical of the Targa versions . The seats are available in three different sizes, which can be selected by the customer during the purchase phase.   Ferrari Daytona SP3, the engine: up to 9,500 rpm for its V12  In a strictly central-rear position we find Ferrari's legendary 6.5 V12 naturally aspirated (F140HC), now brought to 840 HP and 697 Nm of maximum torque, without the use of any electrification system. In this way the value of 129 hp / l is reached , surprising for an aspirated unit. The Maranello masterpiece has been revised compared to that used on the more recent Ferrari 812 Competizionethanks to the use of titanium connecting rods (40% lighter) and a new material for the piston coating, to reduce friction and friction. The goal was to minimize the inertia and the overall weight, which is why we chose to use a piston pin coated in Diamond-Like Carbon (DLC) which allows to reduce the friction coefficient inside the cylinders. .   From the world of Formula 1 comes the technology that manages the opening and closing of the valves, defined as "sliding finger", reducing the translating masses and optimizing performance. The intake has also been revised, now more compact to ensure power at high revs (the red line is set at 9,500 rpm) while a system of horns with variable geometry gives a particularly wide and vigorous torque curve.    The technology of the GDI direct injection system at 350 bar was further developed: a series of sensors provides an unlimited amount of feedback to the control system in order to adjust the pressure of the electro-injectors. In this way, emissions have been reduced by 30% compared to the past, obtaining an extra 10 Hp and greater reactivity during delivery. The performances declared by Ferrari are astonishing, 0-100 km / h finished in 2.85 seconds and 7.4 seconds on 0-200 km / h, for a top speed exceeding 340 km / h .   Michael Leiters , Ferrari Chief Technology Officer explains: “ The hybrid? We have chosen to focus on a direct car, not too complex, which would recall the driving purity required by a true gentleman driver. There are so many technologies working to ensure such performance and such great driving involvement. We therefore did not consider it appropriate to risk compromising this objective in order to aim for greater powers. "  Ferrari Daytona SP3, the design  When the car was unveiled, which took place at a prestigious location in the center of Florence, at Villa Cora, we could not hold back the emotion. Between the amazement of the press and the disbelief of some guests, the most common expression was "I am speechless ". Flavio Manzoni told us that he is particularly proud of this creation, in which the Ferrari Style Center had the opportunity to make the most of the potential of the small carbon cell to give life to a new style icon, receiving for the first time a sort of “carte blanche” to work on, without particular engineering or aerodynamic constraints.    “ The new Daytona SP3 goes beyond the concept of the car itself, it wants to be a sculpture, an uncompromising work of art. The goal was to project the classicism of 1960s prototype sports, such as the 330 P4, 350 Can Am or 512 S into the modern era, without replicating the line in a nostalgic way but creating a new identity for an object destined to become a timeless jewel to collect and, above all, to drive. It is designed for this ". This is how Flavio Manzoni explains his point of view on the car.    The classic shapes are replicated to perfection by its soft lines but shaped and decisive at the same time. A perfect fusion of simplicity and elegance in the upper part with the technique and function of the lower part. A contrast between the two floors that Flavio Manzoni's designers have tried to blend perfectly without hiding a certain tendency towards a futuristic and innovative approach . The Daytona SP3 is not just meant to be a reminder of the past, but an exercise capable of proposing innovative solutions and expressing Ferrari's capabilities in the best possible way. In fact, there is no active aerodynamics , but everything is generated by its silhouette and the carved shapes of its line.   Just look at the front , low and pointed, equipped with an innovative S-duct that “catches” air from under the nose, elevating it with a “Y” path on the sides of the front compartment. Still on the front, the two carbon flaps under the headlights generate downforce as well as the appendages on the sides of the nose, which in turn clean the flows and convey the air towards the side. Above the LED headlamps we find two “ eyelids ” that can retract into the hood body, revealing the high beams.     On the side, the new 20 "front and 21" rear alloy wheels stand out, where the immense Pirelli P Zeros can be found.from 345/30 r21 specific for her. The vertically opening doors hide two channels: one from the surface access that leads to the gearbox, engine oil and clutch radiators located between the door and the rear axle and an internal one, which extracts the flows from the front wheel compartment. Two new ducts inside the car, called " Chimneys ", collect the air from the faired underbody and project it out of the two slits above the voluminous rear wheel arch, generating downforce in a manner similar to the S-duct of the front.   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3, being a targa car, is equipped with a carbon roof panel that is removable, anticipating a chrome surface that leads to the light point from which the legendary V12 can be glimpsed, located as low as possible. to reduce the height of the center of gravity. The shapes are so fluid along the entire tail, leading towards the apex of it which is facing upwards, with a linear profile of its spoiler . This is strictly integrated, not mobile, as is the philosophy of this car - and of Ferrari in general. A thin LED line runs through its shape, under which there is a voluminous and charismatic horizontal grille essential for extracting hot air from the engine compartment, as well as referring to the 330 P3 and P4 line.   In the central position, the new rectangular chromed double tailpipe exhaust system is revealed , revised in the materials and in the sound imprint, so as to give a much more engaging and energetic tone than what has been done up to now by Ferrari. Below it is the imposing carbon extractor, with the already known shapes of the Sp1 and Sp2 but able to extract even more air from the underbody and generate an unprecedented ground effect. The passive aerodynamics of the new Daytona SP3 is capable of generating a maximum load of 230 kg over 250 km / h .    Ferrari Daytona SP3, the interior   A large study required the design of the new interior of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, unique compared to any other sport of the Cavallino. The cockpit incorporates the carbon steering wheel and the 16-inch curved digital instrumentation already seen on the Ferrari Roma and SF90 Stradale but reworks their shapes to give a greater sense of lightness and liveliness, with overlapping surfaces and cracks near the windshield. Sitting on board we cannot help but feel like a Le Mans driver of the 60s, with a narrow and very airy cabin, circumscribed around the driver's seat.   The seat integrated with the carbon tubit is equipped with surprising comfort, “like a padding cloth dropped onto the platform without interruption, from side to side,” explains Manzoni. At the center of the tunnel we find the classic Ferrari gate for gear selection, but everything is then controlled by the new steering wheel with Touch controls, behind which there are two beautiful glossy carbon paddles. The care for the materials, the surfaces, the sewing of the four-point seat belts and the finish of the headrest “detached” from the seat are truly impressive.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: units, price and deliveries   The new Ferrari Daytona SP3 will be produced in only 599 units (100 more than SP1 and SP2 due to worldwide homologation) all already sold at a base price, in Italy, of 2 million euros including taxes . The Sales and Marketing Manager of Ferrari, Enrico Galliera explained proudly how the approximately 500 guests invited to view the car they were thrilled, excited and surprised car.     500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece .   Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced.   Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet  Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase  Engine: 6.5 V12  Maximum power: 840 HP  Maximum torque: 697 Nm  Drive: rear  Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed  Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s  Maximum speed: > 340 km / h  Dry weight: 1,485 kg  Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear  Tank: 86 liters  Units produced: 599  Price: From 2,000. € 000

500 VIP customers who have already been able to order the car, complying with the strict requirements required to be able to win a slot for this Icona program, plus another 99 customers who, for various reasons, were unable to attend, however, purchasing the new Maranello masterpiece . 

Production will start from the beginning of 2022 , with the first deliveries scheduled between the end of 2022 and mid-2024, after which the fourth member of the Ferrari Icona family can be introduced. 

Ferrari Daytona SP3: Technical Sheet

Dimensions: 4.68 m length x 2.05 m width x 1.11 m height x 2.65 m wheelbase

Engine: 6.5 V12

Maximum power: 840 HP

Maximum torque: 697 Nm

Drive: rear

Gearbox: Automatic F1 DCT 7-speed

Acceleration : from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.85 s

Maximum speed: > 340 km / h

Dry weight: 1,485 kg

Weight distribution: 44% front, 56% rear

Tank: 86 liters

Units produced: 599

Price: From 2,000. € 000

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