As you may know, this year’s Ferrari Cavalcade hosted the debut of a new one-off model called Ferrari F12 TRS. This car is a bespoke, built to order model and therefore Ferrari is kinda reluctant to talk about it. In fact, they’ve released only one official picture of the TRS so far.
That’s a shame, because Ferrari F12 TRS is one of the most interesting one-offs they’ve come up with in years and people would like to know more about it and have an in-depth look at it. That’s why we dug up a few new pictures and video of the car captured by photographers attending the Cavalcade.
Boasting a glorious one-off body inspired by the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, the F12 TRS is based on an F12 Berlinetta and uses the same running gear. That means it has a 740 horsepower V12 engine, rear-wheel-drive, and the ability to go from 0 to 100 in 3 seconds.
What has not been confirmed about the Ferrari F12 TRS is the price of the car. Internet rumors suggest the client has paid $4.2 million for it, which may seem like a lot, until you remember Lamborghini asked more for their stupid Veneno.