Ferrari has recently come out with limited edition sports cars Monza SP1 and SP2 which will have a combined number of 500 units. The car was unveiled on the company’s Capital Market’s Day at the factory in Maranello. The cars, which are the first of the Icona Series, have taken cues from their earliest ancestors or the body style. The inspiration has been the 166 MM ‘barchetta’ and 750 Monza. The cars will have their appearance at the Paris Motor Show with all its details.
Both the sports car will use the 6.5 liter V12 engine, which will be under a all carbon fibre one piece bonnet wing assembly hinged at the front, also used in the Superfast 850, with the power output bumped by 30 PS. The most powerful Ferrari engine now produces a power of 820 PS at 8500 rpm and 718 Nm torque at rpm 7500. The SP1 is a single seater car where the passenger seat is replaced by a tonneau cover and weighs 1500 kgs, just 20 kgs less than the two seater SP2. The base of these beauties are made by a modified version of the aluminium underpinnings, same as that in Superfast. The Monzas take 2.9 seconds to go from 0 to 100 kmph and some 7.9 seconds to cross 200 kmph. The top speed might be 300 kmph.
The cars provide a simply elegant and smooth driving experience, its almost as if the car and the driver share a symbiotic relationship, as claimed by the Ferrari Design Centre.
The dimension details are 4657 mm in length, 1996 mm in width and 1155 mm in height for both the Ferrari wonders. The cars will cost somewhere around Rs 14 crores without the taxes and duties. The accessories and apparels that come with the cars are premium and classy and made in collaboration with two world class luxury brands Loro Piana and Berluti.
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