Last year during the Ferrari Cavalcade rally we saw the first red Ferrari F12 TRS, a bespoke version of the F12 Berlinetta ordered by a wealthy enthusiasts. Later in the year a second TRS emerged from Maranello wearing black. Now, and during the Cavalcade 2015, a third example rears its head this time in chrome grey.
The latest Ferrari F12 TRS is significantly different from the other two and not because of that awesome paint job. The car has a completely new front-end with bespoke, one-off headlights, an amazing new hood that puts the V12 engine on display, a massive front splitter, new side skirts, and a cool new rear diffuser. It looks like a whole new thing.
Ferrari F12 TRS is one of the very few coach-built Ferraris of the 21st century. The company is willing to build them, but there aren’t that many enthusiasts out there willing to spend more than $4 million on a re-bodied version of a 300 grand Ferrari. They are true works of art though, and a good investment too as bespoke Ferraris are appreciating assets.
The rest of the lineup at Ferrari Cavalcade 2015 wasn’t bad, either:
New Ferrari F12 TRS Spotted at Cavalcade 2015,