Mysterious One-Off Ferrari Spotted In Abu Dhabi

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Quite recently Ferrari unveiled the 812 Competizione – an 830 horsepower special edition of the 812 Superfast. Now though a mysterious one-off Ferrari supercar has been spotted in Abu Dhabi. Many sources reckon that this is the bespoke Ferrari F125 TDE.

The supercar has got its name from the Tour de España and will have a body made by Italian coachbuilder Touring Superleggera. While many are guessing that this supercar will not be road legal, the fact that it wears a proper number plate in the spy photo means that it might be street legal and not a track-only special.

Avid Ferrari fans will know that this isn’t the first time the Italian supercar-maker has partnered with Touring Superleggera. The latter has based its last two cars on the F12’s chassis and the Aero 3 using the 6.3-liter V12 engine also found in the Ferrari F12.

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Ferrari P80/C

The image shows that the Italian supercar will have a huge rear wing, an aggressive diffuser and a glass roof like Ferrari’s open-roof Grand Prix racers. Power-wise this one-off supercar is rumoured to have more than 800 horsepower.

This will not be the first time Ferrari makes such a special edition. The Maranello-based firm is famous for making super-exclusive limited edition supercars like the P80/C which cost an astronomical amount of money. While we don’t have any more info about the supercar, it is expected to cost a lot of money and be available to only a selected set of buyers.


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