Designed by the automaker’s Special Projects Division, the F12 TRS is based on the F12berlinetta coupe but it gains a targa roof, heavily-tinted windows and a more shapely rear end. The front fascia is fitted with a race-inspired splitter, and the car appears to wear bespoke alloy wheels.
The F12 TRS is reportedly powered by a gasoline-electric hybrid drivetrain consisting of a 729-horsepower 6.2-liter V12 engine that works jointly with a Formula 1-inspired Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) made up of an electric motor and a high-capacity battery pack. Not available on the stock F12, the hybrid system is expected to propel the F12 TRS from zero to 62 mph in under 3 seconds and on to a top speed of over 210 mph.
Sources indicate the F12 TRS cost its owner $4.2 million, considerably more than even the range-topping LaFerrari. The car will remain an exclusive one-off and it will not be added to the Ferrari catalog.
Ferrari is expected to publish a full set of details about the F12 TRS once the roadster has been delivered.
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