Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione Officially Detailed, Uses F12tdf’s V12 Engine

Following the introduction of the SP 275 RW Competizione at Daytona earlier this month, Ferrari has dropped finally more data on their latest bespoke supercar.

Based on the same underpinnings as the F12 Berlinetta, Maranello’s latest one-off exotic uses the same 6.3-liter V12 engine and gearbox as the limited edition F12tdf.

This means that the 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 lump delivers 780 PS (769 HP) and 705 Nm (520 lb-ft) of torque to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox, 40 PS (39 HP) and 15 Nm (11 lb-ft) of torque more than the standard F12 Berlinetta.

Performance specs have yet to be released, but the F12tdf needs just 2.9 seconds to go from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph), and 7.9 seconds to accelerate to 200 km/h (124 mph); top speed stands at 340 km/h (211 mph), and the supercar can do it while consuming 15.4 l/100 km (15.27 mpg US), and emitting 360 g/km of CO2.

There’s no word on how much its owner paid for it, but since this is a one-off Ferrari that has taken the styling cues of the 275 GTB, it’s safe to say that is way more expensive than the limited edition F12tdf, which used to retail for approximately $500,000 back when it was new. The only real question is what number comes first in its seven-figure price tag…

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  • Kash

    Looks like an F12 rear ended a California so fast they fused into one car.

    • fabri99

      Exactly, so that now the front-end is elegant and smooth and the rear end dramatic and they have nothing to do with each other.

      • Kash

        The regular F12 face to me is the best looking out of the entire range.

        • fabri99

          I agree, but only because competition is pretty weak. Ferraris are getting uglier and uglier…

  • Zed68

    Stunning !!!!!!!!!!

  • Kaisuke971

    In other words, this is the last NA FR Ferrari to be built ? I don’t even want to think about this car’s value in 10 years. But i don’t mind it being a classic because i like it better than the TDF.

    • Vassilis

      It depends if you mean solely ICE-powered. The F12 successor will still be NA but it’ll also have an electric motor.

      • Kaisuke971

        It’s hybrid then…

        • Vassilis

          Well, yeah but it’ll still have a NA engine.

          • Kaisuke971

            But it’s an Hybrid. It’s not just naturally aspirated, it’s an hybrid.

  • ediotsavant

    Looks like a Maserati.

  • fabri99

    I love that front-end, it reminds me of the 612 Scaglietti and the 599, but it has nothing to do with the overly-dramatic F12 rear end. The Berlinetta Lusso that Touring Superleggera created last year was much better looking and overall more armonious and coherent.

  • voncabbage

    i love it for getting rid of the horrid “aero bridge”. i would not, however, have lifted the front end of the (relatively) low buck original california to put on a high end supercar, nor would i have gone as “overboard” with the “gill slits”. 3 sets per side is at least one (and probably two) too many. a little too close to the 1969 corvette in side view (which is what i thought it was when i first saw it).

  • baofe

    Yo dawg I heard you like vents…

  • That’s absolutely beautiful!

  • AstonMartin

    The SP 275 RW is beautiful. My favorites of the recent one off’s has to be the 458MM, followed by the SP 275 RW then J50. Looking forward to the next generation of Ferrari designs.

  • EL MATADOR

    Too much

    Grills

  • TheHake

    Gills… gills, gills, gills.

  • Six Thousand Times

    Although it’s a little too retro for me, I cannot deny that it’s pretty.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    A thing of beauty