Limited to just 599-units and priced at $2.27-million USD, the Ferrari Daytona SP3 may be one of the most sought after models yet. It’s powered by a 65° mid-rear-mounted 6.5L V12 generating 829 hp and 514 lb-ft of torque, paired to a F1 dual-clutch 7-speed transmission, enabling it to hit 62 mph in just 2.85-seconds, while topping out at 211 mph.
Inside, you’ll find racing seats that are integrated directly into the chassis resulting in an ergonomic wraparound design typical of high-performance cars, and its front section, you’ll discover the gearshift gate has been reintroduced. The latter is raised and feels almost suspended over the volumes around it, complete with a carbon-fiber central pillar that seemingly supports the entire dash. Its steering wheel boasts the same Human-Machine Interface (HMI) found on the SF90 Stradale, including touch controls that give driver’s access to 80% of the Daytona SP3’s functions without moving their hands, while a 16-inch curved HD display showcases all of the driving-related information.
- Authentically Designed - The Technic Ferrari 488 GTE race car model features authentic design details, capturing the Italian spirit of the trophy-winning racer
- Functional Features - Includes front and back suspension, opening doors, a V8 engine with moving pistons, and functioning steering wheel
- Explorable - Thanks to the opening doors and hood, all the details packed inside can be easily explored and look just like the iconic original
From a technical perspective, the Daytona SP3 takes its inspiration from the sophisticated engineering solutions already adopted in racing the 1960s: today as back then, maximum performance was achieved by working on the aforementioned three fundamental areas,” said Ferrari.