commissioned by well-known classic , the SP3JC is a one-off roadster featuring an “Azzuro Met” and “Giallo Modena” livery over a “Bianco Italia” color scheme, also known as blue leather.
Ferrari says the SP3JC is based on the wild, 769-hp, F12tdf instead of the equally rapid new 812 Superfast, which is surprising given how the SP1 and the SP2, the first pair of specials made as part of Ferrari's bespoke ‘Icona’ series are built on the 812's technology. Either way, it's got a screaming naturally-aspirated V12, and no roof. That combination is hard to beat.
Ferrari also told us that the SP3JP took two years to build, and the car's livery reflects their client’s "passion for Pop Art." They are equally proud the flying bridge between the fairings of the integral carbon-fibre roll hoops, and a brushed aluminum external fuel cap. That hood is not half bad either.