Say whats up to the Ferrari SP38, the most recent one-off to return from the marque’s Particular Initiatives division. Based mostly on the 488 GTB, it will likely be delivered to its fortunate proprietor at Villa d’Este on Might 26.
As you’ll instantly discover, the physique of the SP38 is completely bespoke and a dramatic departure from the 488. In truth, the outside design of the supercar is so radical that it appears extra like a idea automotive than a road-going mannequin.
Up entrance, the SP38 features a set of small, horizontal headlights that complement an aggressive entrance fascia with painted and carbon fiber parts. Elsewhere, the car’s sides embody dramatic skirts, a pointy roofline, and small aspect home windows. Star-shaped wheels completed in silver high issues off.
As radical because the entrance and sides are, it’s the rear the place the true motion is going on. Most notably, a standard rear window/engine cowl has been changed by a set of body-colored louvers. Moreover, the taillights have been hidden away within the blacked-out grille and a pair of exhausts exit from the middle of the fascia.
No images of the inside have been launched but it surely too is bespoke.
It stays to be seen if any mechanical adjustments are discovered beneath the brand new pores and skin. If not, the SP38 options the identical twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 engine because the 488 GTB delivering 661 hp. We’d not be shocked if the engine has been upgraded to Pista-spec and produces the identical 710 hp because the track-focused 488.
Keep tuned for extra particulars concerning the mannequin from its world premiere in Italy this weekend.