Ferrari Daytona SP3, Newest Limited-Edition ‘Icona’ Vehicle, Is an Astonishment

Only one of the most unique Ferrari clients will certainly ever get their hands on this beauty, which was motivated by the sports-prototype racers of the 1960s.

Ferrari disclosed the Daytona SP3 throughout an occasion at the Mugello racetrack in Italy today; it’s the latest in a continuous series of “Icona” ultra-limited-edition cars.
The Daytona SP3 has the legendary appearance of the sports-prototype racers that won the 1967 Daytona 24-hour as well as functions Ferrari’s just as renowned normally aspirated mid-mounted 829-hp V-12.

Just a few clients and also collectors will certainly have the ability to get this Ferrari, as well as very likely at a seven-figure cost.
There is no such point as a typical Ferrari, yet some are most definitely a lot more special than others. The Italian firm books its best shots for the limited-run “Icona” specials that sit high up in its pecking order, the automobiles that only the brand name’s most devoted (and well-off) consumers are permitted to acquire. The Daytona SP3, which has actually simply been unveiled at Ferrari’s Finali Mondiali event at the Mugello circuit in Italy, is the latest of these– as well as it looks definitely magnificent.

The combination of words “Ferrari” and “Daytona” is likely to transform thoughts to the 365GTB/4 sports car and also GTS/4 Crawler from the late Sixties. Both of these were frequently called Daytonas, a name inspired by Ferrari’s famous 1-2-3 surface at the 1967 Daytona 24-hour race, yet the title was never main– which car had its engine at the front. The new, totally sanctioned Daytona has actually been inspired by the popular victory, specifically the trio of sporting activities prototypes that took the podium areas: a 330P3/4, a 330P4, as well as a 412P.