Ferrari J50

Mar 8, 2017

Category: Rides

As the vehicle manufacturer behind the highly revered Enzo – a tribute to the brand’s founder – Ferrari has made it clear that they know how to celebrate their history. And it would appear that that’s not limited strictly to their home country of Italy. In commemoration of their 50th year of selling vehicles in Japan, the brand is releasing an extremely limited run of entirely bespoke cars.

Appropriately dubbed the Ferrari J50, this barchetta-style coupe is going to be limited to a production run of just 10 vehicles – each customized to its owner’s choice of specifications. There will be, however, some similarities between them. For starters, each is equipped with a specific 681 horsepower version of the brand’s 3.9-liter twin turbo V8 engine. Each will also feature full LED headlights, 20″ forged rims, and a 2-piece carbon fiber hard targa top. There’s no word yet on price, but the likelihood is that all ten are already spoken for. [Purchase]

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