Ferrari has unveiled last weekend at the annual Ferrari Cavalcade driving our in Sicily a unique F12 Berlinetta called TRS. This one-off open-top model was designed by Special Projects division and was made for a customer who wanted a bespoke F12 Berlinetta with an open-air cockpit with influences from 1957 250 Testa Rossa model.
On the outside, the Ferrari F12 TRS features a more aggressive and sporty look than the regular model and boast a window in the engine lid. As a result, you will be able to see the V2 engine’s red cylinder heads. In addition, the one-off F12 Berlinetta features a wraparound windscreen forming a long dark band of glass which contrasts the car’s special red body.
Inside the cockpit, we see a minimalistic look with fewer buttons and knobs. A combination of Alcantara, leather and black matte carbon fiber was used to spice up the look and feel.
Initial rumors were speaking about the implementation of a KERS system, but the Ferrari F12 TRS doesn’t have one. It is featuring the same naturally-aspirated V12 6.2 liter engine rated at 740 horsepower and 690 Nm peak of torque. As a result, the car can sprint from stand still to 100 km/h in just 3.1 seconds, while the top speed is clocked at 340 km/h.
Ferrari hasn’t disclosed the car’s price tag but it is believed the customer paid close to 4.2M USD.