It is said that there are only three Ferrari F12 TRS ever made with this silver example to be the last one.
Unlike the other two cars spotted (one red and one black) this chrome-silver F12 TRS features a totally different front end, with new headlights and a bonnet which leaves the V12 completely naked to spectators further enhancing its unicorn-status.
Ferrari has previously said that the performance remains the same with the F12 Berlinetta it’s based on, which means that the naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12 still makes the same 730hp at 8250rpm and 509lb ft of torque at 6000rpm.
The car was part of the 2015 Ferrari Cavalcade in Rome, where the firm’s best clients gathered to participate in an exclusive five-day long road trip across Italy. V12SupercarsFotography spotted and captured this rare beast which Ferrari says that takes inspiration from the 1957 250 Testa Rossa.
Previous one-off Ferraris are estimated around $3,4 million/€3 million with Ferrari not announcing the final price of any of the TRS models. As the saying goes, if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it.