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Ferrari F12tdf Turns Into Stunning One-Off SP3JC for One Lucky Collector

Sometime in 2016, the Ferrari Styling Centre received a very special order from one of its unnamed collectors. The order was to use the chassis and running gear of an F12tdf to create a unique car influenced by Pop Art and the Ferrari spiders of the 1950s and 1960s.
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Ferrari engineers quickly went to work, and say they continued to do so for the past two years to create the special car. What came out at the end of this engineering process is called SP3JC, and is a one-off machine with stunning looks.

And we’ll start with the graphics. Ferrari says that, as a means to honor their clients’ passion for Pop Art, a strong graphic design was used, blending Azzurro Met on the front hood and part of the wings with Bianco Italia on the rest of the body and traces of Giallo Modena here and there.

Complementing the color scheme is specific detailing on the car. At the front, two glass inserts allow viewers to take a peek at the V12 engine hiding under the hood. A flying bridge connects the carbon-fiber roll hoops, and the fuel filler cap is made of brushed aluminum.

At the interior, Ferrari used blue leather to wrap the seats, adorned with white inserts. The leather from the seats extends to the lower part of the dashboard.

Ferrari did not specify whether it made any modifications to the engine of this right-hand drive F12tdf. Usually, the cars is powered by a 6.3-liter V12 engine, capable of developing a total of 780 horsepower. Mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission, the engine sends the car from naught to 100 kph (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds.

Meant as a tribute to the Tour de France endurance races won by the Prancing Horse back in the 1950s, the F12tdf is in itself a limited edition run, as Ferrari said it will manufacture only 799 of it.

It’s unclear how many of them were produced since the car was introduced back in 2015.

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