The Italian automaker Ferrari has launched the Ferrari SP51. It is a unique model based on the 812 GTS. The automaker’s 51st special project vehicle was designed for a Taiwanese client and has distinctive outward and interior style aspects. Follow hitsbuddy for latest news.
Ferrari SP51: Powertrain
The Ferrari SP51 shares its chassis with the 812 GTS. Its 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine produces 800 horsepower and 718 Newton-meters of torque. Ferrari has not yet disclosed the SP51’s technical characteristics. It is anticipated that the Italian supercar can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 3.0 seconds. It achieve a high speed of 340 kilometres per hour.
Ferrari SP51: Design details
This automobile was designed by the Ferrari style centre, and some of the SP51’s new exterior features include reworked headlights, diamond-cut wheels, and a Rosso Passionale paint scheme. In honour to the 1995 Ferrari 410 S race car the full length of the supercar is covered in a conspicuous blue and white paint scheme.
In contrast to the 812 GTS, the SP51 does not receive a folding hardtop and stays roofless. To make the SP51 as aerodynamic as possible, engineers incorporated front and rear vents to generate downforce..
The carbon fibre bodywork and the transversely-mounted carbon wing which acts as a bridge between the two flying buttresses, are other essential features. Inside, the SP51 is simzilar to the 812 GTS with the exception of a strong red Alcantara accent.
As you may know, Ferrari NV debuted its long-awaited 390,000-euro (about 3 crore) Purosangue crossover vehicle last month. Which will propel the supercar manufacturer into a new age of greater appeal. Next year, the most utilitarian vehicle in the company’s 75-year history — with four doors, four seats, and a 473-liter (125-gallon) trunk — will visit dealerships.
The Purosangue offers a departure from Ferrari’s low-slung racing machines and dispels the notion that the company will never make a multipurpose vehicle.