The last one-off model of the Ferrari is the SP275 RW Competizione. Built on the chassis of the F12berlinetta, but powered by a more powerful V12 and the gearbox of F12tdf limited series, the SP275 RW Competizione was produced under the direction of Centro Stile Ferrari in collaboration with Pininfarina.
Inspired by the 275 GTB, one of the legendary Berlinetta V12 front engine of the ’60s, the SP275 RW Competizione interprets in a contemporary way some typical traits, such as the perfect balance of pure and sensual proportions and surfaces. Much work has been done to give the vehicle an aggressive attitude, reflecting for example the transition from the panel of three-quarters to the rear fender with a powerful muscle, to convey a sense of strength and, at the same time, of elegance.
The distinctive air vents on the front wheel of the 275 GTB is a unique style tract, just like the three gills on the rear panel in place of the parts on the F12berlinetta. The slots in the rear bumper, along with nolder pronounced and the filler cap in worked aluminum, instead, recall the 275 GTB developed specifically for competitions (chassis number 06885) who triumphed in the GT class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1965, winning a remarkable third place overall behind the victorious 250 LM. The yellow body is also a nod to the 275 GTB: it recalls, in fact, the color of the Ecurie Francorchamps team.
Up front they appreciate Ferrari grille and the volume decided the camber of the bonnet, perfectly joined lines, while the light clusters with a tapered profile and the forged 20-inch alloy wheels were designed specifically for the car.