The Ferrarri's F12 TRS makes its debut in Sicily
Anonymous owner commissioned the one-off model
The Ferrari F12 TRS is a new, one-off Ferrari F12 barchetta model shown at this past weekend's Ferrari Cavalcade, a parade of 90 beautiful cars on the Italian island of Sicily. It just goes to show that even for the wealthiest customers, even a £239,000 Ferrari coupe isn't quite good enough... An anonymous Ferrari owner commissioned the bespoke model, which is based on the F12 Berlinetta and said to be inspired by the 1957 250 Testa Rossa.
This year's edition of the annual Ferrari Cavalcade saw over 90 owners from 27 different countries across the globe showcasing.
The one-of-kind Ferrari model, the F12 TRS, was designed specially by the Ferrari Special Projects crew. In using the F12 Berlinetta as a base, this one-off coupe opts for a smaller, roadster-styled body that incorporates a wrap-around windshield and a see-through hood to reveal its red valve covers, and is capable of reaching 62 mph in just 3.1 seconds thanks to its 6.3-litre V12 engine. There is apparently no official word on its price tag, but rumours have suggested its owner paid upwards of $4.2 million.