Ferrari has delivered the SP1, the first one-off special in its Portfolio personalization program. The sportscar, designed by Fioravanti, was commissioned by Japanese businessman Junichiro Hiramatsu.
The Ferrari SP1, first revealed by some spy shots during last summer, is the first one-off special produced in the Ferrari Portfolio Program – hence the name SP1, Special Project Number 1.
The car was commissioned by Japanese businessman Junichiro Hiramatsu.
The collector wanted it to be designed by Fioravanti – that celebrates its 20th anniversary this year – given his love for the Italian designer’s F100 prototype (1998).
According to Autoweek.nl, the news was reported by Ferrari Magazine, a large-format quarterly publication sent to 30,000 owners worldwide, which published a photo documenting the deliveery of the cat to its owner in Fiorano.
Based on the Ferrari F430, the SP1 features sleek dynamic lines that run along the entire length of the car and a rounded rear-end.
The front adopts single circular headlights.