Ferrari, like many other manufacturers of supercars, are keen to creating one-off models that meet the specific needs of their clients. One of their latest examples of their special one-offs is the SP3JC.

The SP3JC was designed by Ferrari's own Styling Centre for a customer who had commissioned the car. It's based around the powerful F12tdf front-engine supercar that houses a massive 6.3-liter V12 engine. Ferrari says that the car was designed to be the "maximum expression of open-air motoring." Styling of the car was inspired by the V12 Ferrari Spiders from the 1950's and 60's. In total, it took over two year to design and create the car.

On the outside is a stylized body covered in a livery that consists of "Azzuro Met," "Giallo Modena" and "Bianco Italia." Inside, the same color scheme continues, as you can see from the bright blue seats. These colors were picked out of the owner's passion for Pop Art, which is known for its strong graphics and bold colors.

Ferrari uses the "SP" designation for their special models, as it stands for "Special Projects." Other examples of Ferrari's special project cars include Eric Clapton's SP12, and the SP38.

Article updated on 11/29/2018 with additional information and images
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