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Ferrari F12 SP America Spotted in the Wild

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It is always a big deal when you see car of which there is only one in the whole world, just sitting there out in the wild, wedged between a sedan and a minivan, not at all looking like it has cost its owner, entrepreneur Danny Wegman, close to $4 million dollars.

We almost forgot to mention what car we’re talking about here! It is the Ferrari F12 SP America, a one-off version of the F12 Berlinetta designed and built by Ferrari’s Special Projects division roughly the same time they were creating the F12 TRS one-off for a European client.

Ferrari F12 SP America is heavily inspired by the legendary 250 GTO model and is designed to look like a modern interpretation of that car. You can clearly notice the GTO effect in the car’s bespoke front and rear fascia. The rest of the SP America is reportedly standard F12, which means it has a 740 horsepower V12 engine and an insane turn of speed.

Photos by Shift Photography via WCF

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