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Peerless Island Prancing HorseFerrari SP51

●Ferrari's latest One-Off work

●The first exclusive design from Taiwan Prancing Horse collectors

●Based on the V12 flagship roadster 812 GTS

For ordinary people, Ferrari is already a rare and rare dream supercar, but for the peak buyers who already own a variety of prancing horse sports cars, all kinds of limited special models have the value of collection, so Ferrari in addition to various models In addition to the ultimate performance version of the model and the previous horse kings, the Icona series has also been created in recent years, which is inspired by the classic models of the past and reproduced with modern methods. The top customers who are qualified to buy it are sold out, but the most extreme is naturally the One-Off series, which is specially tailored for top prancing horse collectors, and the only honorable status in the world is absolutely unmatched.

The first Taiwanese buyer

It has only been more than four months since the debut of the previous SP48 Unica. On September 28 this year, Ferrari released the latest one-off series SP51. What attracted our attention the most was not the new car itself, but the first demand from Taiwan. Through the Special Projects Ferrari special project, the design team will design and develop according to the customer's requirements and ideas. After the body proportion and shape design are determined, the design team will also formulate detailed plans and detailed planning, and finally enter the production stage of the new One-Off model. , the whole process takes about two years on average, and this time the SP51 is led by chief designer Flavio Manzoni, this loyal Prancing Horse collector from Taiwan also participated in the whole process, and jointly spawned this one-of-a-kind SP51.

Ferrari's latest One-Off work, the SP51, is based on the V12 flagship roadster, the 812 GTS.

Taking the structure from the Prancing Horse's contemporary V12 flagship roadster 812 GTS, and inheriting its chassis and engine configuration, the SP51 uses a lot of carbon fiber materials to reshape the exterior shape that combines modern design, graceful curves and extreme sensory enjoyment. The front part can be seen As for the prominent carbon fiber lower spoiler and the new hood vents, the headlights and rims have also been specially designed; as for the rear part, the arch is the main design feature, and the four-round taillights are embedded in the spoiler. Below, the two flying buttress structures on the rear side of the cockpit are connected by a new carbon fiber shroud, which dilutes the original double hump outline and is more reminiscent of the Targa semi-open structure design, which fully makes the SP51 different from the 812 GTS. unique and exclusive appearance.

Not only is the SP51 sleek and aerodynamic, it is comparable to the 812 GTS in terms of acoustic comfort and wind simulation.

Exclusive color matching

In order to give an elegant yet aggressive character, Ferrari developed a new Rosso Passionale three-layer paint color for the SP51. There is also a blue and white stripe painting in the center of the body that even extends to the interior of the car. The original factory said this The painting is inspired by the classic Ferrari 410 S in 1955, but the overall color scheme also has the image of the national flag of blue sky and white sky. As for the customization of the cockpit, there are two main themes. As the main color matching of Alcantara fabric, the exterior coating of the whole vehicle should be applied to the interior of the car, so we can see that the blue and white stripes are again applied to the seat piping, console and steering wheel stitching, etc.

In addition, special fabrics are used on the door panels and under the instrument panel, including blue Kvadrat fabric trim with white cross stitching, and the glossy carbon fiber trim used extensively on the steering wheel and gear saddle also echoes the exterior aerodynamic kit. The prancing horse factory emblem on the pillow and the SP51 model lettering on the floor mat are embroidered in white, further highlighting Ferrari's exquisite workmanship and stylish aesthetics. The original factory did not mention the performance data of the SP51, but only with the 6.5L V12 naturally aspirated engine originally equipped with the 812 GTS and a powerful output of up to 800hp/73.0kgm, I believe that there will be no compromise in terms of the ultimate driving experience.

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