Silver Ferrari F12 TRS Is Loud, Beautiful and Unique

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If you happen to have $4.2 million to spend on an extremely beautiful and yet totally pointless car, look no further than the Ferrari F12 TRS. This particular example was spotted during the Cavalcade Rally 2015 somewhere in Italy and caused quite a stir on the Internet.
The first TRS was revealed in 2014 and shown at numerous events. It was red and had the same headlights as a regular F12. Compared to that, this silver model is a lot more elaborate. Its hood has been vented to expose the hand-crafted V12 engine. Meanwhile, the rear shows extra aero elements and an extra wing. We're not even sure if it's the same car anymore, so calling it "unique" is not an overstatement.

The F12 TRS project is the responsibility of Ferrari's Special Projects division, an internal Skunk Works that makes all the exotics come to life. "TRS" is actually short for Testa Rossa and connects this futuristic car with the 1957 Ferrari 250. But instead of aluminum panels hammered by hand, we are greeted by carbon fiber.

Another distinguishing design feature is the wraparound windshield that's chopped like a roadster's. The F12's Aero Bridges have been scrapped, and you can't put the roof up because there isn't one.

The rumor mill had placed a KERS system on this car last year, but the TRS keeps the standard F12’s powertrain, also offering the same performance. So the only thing that we can tell you is that it delivers at least 740 PS and 508 lb-ft (690 Nm). However, the exhaust sounds noticeably fruitier, almost as if there are no mufflers on at all.

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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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