Ferraris’ new supercar is inspired by some of the company’s iconic racecars with improved design and features.
Built for an anonymous customer, Ferrari has released a gorgeous one-off supercar with incredible design- P80/C. The customer has a long family history of Ferrari fanaticism and that is why Ferrari has unhooked a 488 GT3 race car from any limitations. The car has one of the most unique and powerful body kits. P80/C is inspired by Ferrari’s classic models such as Dino 206 S and 330 P3/P4. The project P80/C started in 2015 with immense investment in design and engineering. Each and every part of this car has been meticulously designed so as to get its aerodynamics perfect.
It’s a pure track car with the chassis of 488 GT3 which allows cab-forward emphasis and elongated rear end. It has curving and muscular shaped wings that merge into side air intakes that goes into the engine. It has low hoods flowing with big arches over all four wheels, smooth wraparound windscreen and significant air intakes concluded with the stylish rear end. The wheel arches have received an exaggeration by at least two inches whereas the rear end of the car has standard 488 tapers down. To channel air back to giant main wing, Ferrari has covered back window with an aerodynamic mini-wing design.
This muscular beast is powered with a 3.9-liter twin turbo V8, which produces an output of 661 horsepower. The interior of the car is very much similar to 488 GT3 which is driver-focused with Alcantara bucket seats along with the six-point harness. Ferrari’s GT Race Driver Alessandro Pier Guidi tested this car during the development at Ferrari’s private Fiorano racetrack in Maranello. The company has not released detailed technical features, although they have released a 12-min documentary video for a closer look.