Ferrari showed the one-off custom F12 TRS this past weekend at the annual Ferrari Cavalcade on Sicilian soil.
The F12 TRS is based on the F12berlinetta, with main inspiration coming from the 1957 250 Testa Rossa.
The exterior design is quite unique compared to the F12berlinetta, revealing a more aggressive look, a window on the bonnet revealing part of the V12 engine, a wraparound windscreen, along with a unique front and rear end.
The interior is cleaner with less buttons/controls, while central air vents, glove compartment, mats and holders are all removed. To spice it up the interior has received plenty of Alcantara, fine leather and black matte carbon fibre.
Even though rumours suggested that the F12 TRS packs a KERS, the truth is that it uses the same naturally-aspirated 730bhp 6.2-litre V12 with 509 lb-ft of torque, taking it from 0-62mph in 3.1 seconds.
This unique Ferrari reportedly cost its owner 4.2M USD (£2.47M), making it one of the most expensive production cars to roll off the assembly line this year.