One of One: Ferrari P80/C
Ferrari has revealed a one-off creation for an undisclosed client known as “a great connoisseur of the Ferrari world.” The project was in development for four years, the longest in Ferrari’s history for a one-off model. The P80/C shares its DNA with the 488 GT3.
The idea was inspired by two of the Scuderia’s greatest sports-racing cars, the 330 P3/P4 and the 1966 Dino 206 S. The P80/C is homologated only for track use. While it may be based on the 488 GT3 all of the external surfaces are unique to the P80. No word yet on power output, but its safe to assume that the engine has been tuned beyond the specs of the 3.9L twin turbo V8 found in the 488GT3.
It also comes with two sets of wheels. Center locknut 18 inch racing wheels and “oooh look at me” 21-inch wheels for exhibition.