Ferrari today unveiled the latest creation to come from its “Special Projects” division, which creates one-off cars for its most important clients. The car, dubbed the BR20, is a fastback coupe based on the now-discontinued GTC4Lusso, using a V-12 engine while sporting heritage-inspired looks.
The BR20 does away with the GTC4’s unique shooting brake hatch design in favor of a more traditional grand tourer look. Ferrari says the car takes inspiration from its coupes of the Fifties and Sixties, mentioning specifics like the 410 SA and the 500 Superfast. Up front you’ll find a specific fascia with carbon fiber trim and a peculiar set of chrome inserts. Out back there are flying buttresses that connect the roof to the rear section, inspired by the 599 GTB Fiorano. Underneath the rear bumper there’s a diffuser with active flaps underneath to provide the most downforce possible.
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