Ferrari Special Projects program has produced some special one-off variants for clients with very deep pockets who are looking for something different. Since coming to life 12 years ago, the Special Projects program built the SP38 which is based on the 488 GTB and features design elements from the legendary F40 and 308 GTB to name one.
Eight years ago the wizards of the Special Projects program went to work creating the one-off SP30 for a petrochemical tycoon and Ferrari collector. The SP30 is based on the 599 GTO and features design cues from the track only 599XX, 599 GTO and F12 Berlinetta. The silhouette of the one-off SP30 resembles that of other V12 powered, front engine variants from the Prancing Horse.
On the inside, components and the switchgear come from two different Ferrari variants while the seats, gauges and steering wheel are borrowed from the 599 GTO. The center console is home to the sizeable navigation system. The interior is wrapped in two tone grey Alcantara upholstery and standard carbon fibre is present throughout the interior, specifically on the transmission tunnel, paddle shifters, dashboard and steering wheel. However, red carbon is present on the passenger side grab handle and handbrake lever too. The red tachometer matches the red rimmed air vents and seat belts.
This SP30 is nearly new and hasn’t been used often. It only has less than 110 kilometers on it’s odometer with the genuine protective plastic covering still present on the infotainment screen. It will cross the auction block on February 6 in Paris and the estimated price is only available upon request.
This SP30 is the first Special Projects Ferrari to be offered publicly for purchase and will no doubt go for an eye watering amount, my guess would be over $1,5 million. This SP30 will definitely be the pride and joy to any collector and the crown jewel of their collection. Whoever is lucky enough to acquire this gorgeous Prancing Horse, it will be cherished for years to come.