Ferrari Needs To Make The Monza Speedster As A Coupe

The Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 are among the most beautiful vehicles the Italian marque has built in recent memory but unfortunately, only a select few will have the chance to own either one of them.

However, what if Ferrari decided to take design inspiration from the two limited-run Monza models and instead build a coupe variant and sell it in greater numbers? What could such a vehicle look like?

Well, SP Designs Est on Instagram has rendered just that, designing the Monza Coupe in a number of different paint configurations to really catch the eye.

An Italian supercar with a sexy and timeless design

The alterations made to the Monza to transform it into a coupe are largely limited to the fitment of a fixed roof rather than no top at all. Consequently, many of the stunning design elements of the two Speedster models have been retained, including the shapely front grille, sharp headlights, side air vents, and curvaceous LED light bar at the rear. The car rendered may not look quite as beautiful as either the SP1 or SP2, but we do think it looks better than the 812 Superfast, Ferrari’s current V12-powered performance weapon.

Looking at the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 somewhat remind us of the glorious Ferrari J50. We don’t think the vehicles look alike, but the Monzas make us think about the J50 because it too is a strictly-limited production car which just so happens to look better than virtually any other vehicle in the Ferrari family. Sure, the Ferrari F8 Tributo looks the part, but we would have much rather seen the 488 GTB’s successor take on the shape of the J50.


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  • Six_Tymes

    yeah, that looks pretty amazing actually

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  • AMG44

    Now thats a good looking Ferrari after years.

  • not with that rear but I totally agree.

  • Vassilis

    Not really

  • exeptor

    Not really – it is us who want to see this coming. Ferrari doesn’t really need to do it as it basically will be 812 in a new clothes. SP1 and 2 are the same platform and engine, but they offer something that 812 can’t – they are speedsters (or whatever open top they are). I guess Ferrari can squeeze some good money from such a move but it won’t be as much as we imagine.

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