Ferrari decided to reveal not one, but two, sports cars that have the most powerful engine ever built living inside of them, named the ‘Monza SP1’ and ‘Monza SP2’ under the ‘Icona’ series.

There’s no denying how high-end the Ferrari brand is, as we’ve watched numerous models be released over the years such as the Enzo, Portofino, 488, or the 812, and they’re not stopping! These 2018 models seems like something we would have made custom with their configurator online and will certainly knock you off of your feet!

These unique cars definitely take after the classic Ferrari models from back in the 1950’s, with the addition of the modern technology used in sports cars just to make them a bit edgy.

‘Monza SP1’ is a single seater and the ‘Monza SP2’ is a two seater and both have 12 cylinder engine that allows them to have 810 horsepower so they can go from o to 100 km/h in just under 3 seconds!

In a press release Ferrari stated , “The architecture of the two cars is based on a monolithic form with an aerodynamic wing profile where the complete absence of a roof and windscreen gave the designers the freedom to create unique proportions that would not have been possible on a traditional spider.”

An interesting challenge for Ferraris design team, they had to figure out the aerodynamic flows inside the cockpit if these models were going to have an absence of windows or windscreens.

The limited edition vehicles are available exclusively to 499 of Ferrari’s loyal customers allowing one design per client, according to Bloomberg.

 

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ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

ferrari models configurator 488 portofino wiki enzo 2018 812

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