Ferrari unequivocally produces some of the most elite cars on the planet. Though for the Prancing Horse’s most discerning customers who are interested in an even more exotic and exclusive supercar — and don’t want to take the over-the-top Mansory or NOVITEC route — the company offers bespoke, one-off vehicles through its Special Projects Program. And the latest one-of-one creation to leave the specialty shop in Maranello is a GTC4Lusso-based custom christened the “BR20.”
Combining modern aesthetics with visual themes of the ’50s and ’60 — with what Ferrari is calling a contemporary interpretation of its iconic “flying buttress” — the BR20 features a revised grille arrangement with new horizontal slats, special 20″ tone-on-tone diamond-finish wheels, thoroughly modified headlights, a slew of carbon fiber elements, and an overall length that’s been stretched by 3″, helping the BR20 to achieve a modern fastback-style rear end. The work done to the BR20’s interior is no less involved, receiving an Oak trim package with carbon-fiber inserts, and a rear seat-delete that further solidifies its fastback shape. The one-off Ferrari is powered by the same naturally-aspirated 6.3L V12 engine found in the GTC4Lusso, which puts down 680hp and 514ft-lbs of torque, translating to sub-3.5-second 0-60mph times and a top speed exceeding 200mph.
Like all projects to leave Ferrari’s Special Projects Program, the BR20 is already spoken for — in fact it was designed with input from the client that commissioned it. For those interested in ordering their own one-off supercar from Maranello, more information is available on the manufacturer’s website.