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Ferrari Monza SP1 And SP2 2020 Are The Lifetime Achievement For The Company

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Whether you ride a Ferrari Monza SP1 or the SP2, you certainly have handed yourself a lifetime achievement worth celebrating. Both versions of the lovely performance car are part of the best things to happen to the motoring world in modern history.

The company plans to produce less than 500 of these gorgeous Ferrari V12 engine bearers. One of the most amazing aspects of their existence is the retro styling inspired by the racing of the 1950s featuring the Maranello’s open-top sports racing.

Besides the design, a key difference between the two is that the SP1s are single-seat while the SP2 Monzas come with a dual seat. Importantly it is a customer -dictated preference.

In spite of the race-oriented approach, to design the Ferrari Monza is a satisfactorily practical machine. If you raise the rear lid, for instance, you face a spacious truck that fits three helmets and a fully packed backpack. Though it is a minimalist car, there are also USB charging ports on both the driver and passenger sides of the cabin.

Wearing a 6.5-liter engine that produces 799 horsepower, the SP1 sprints from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds. The top speed is capped at just below 200mph.
This a bespoke car that is meant to connect the past and the future seamlessly. It is of course equally pricey but outstanding enough to justify the investment.

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