Inspired by Pop Art
Ferrari SP3JC

Words on the street that a convertible version of Ferrari 812 is in the pipeline, but before it is rolled out the marque surprises us with the one-off Ferrari SP3JC. Designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre based on the chassis and running gear of F12tdf, the open-roof machine was commissioned by John Collins, owner of British Ferrari dealer Talacrest.

It took the Ferrari team two years to complete the design. The overall style is more muscular than  before, with more prominent intakes at the front. Glass panels are inserted on the bonnet for showing off the 6.3-litre V12, while other details such as carbon fibre roll hoops and a brushed aluminium fuel cap also reinforced the sporting theme. Circular taillights and full-width vents can be found at the back for a stronger presence.

The unusual livery choice was inspired by the owner’s passion for Pop Art, combining Azzurro Met and Giallo Modena on the Bianco Italia canvas. The yellow shade also adorn the wheels, while the seats are covered in blue leather with a central white stripe. The blue can also be found on the lower dashboard as well as on the stitching of the interior.