Ferrari has just unveiled a new one-off supercar under its Special Projects Programme. The BR20 is a V12 two-seater that’s based on the GTC4Lusso platform and is a modern take on Ferraris of the ’50s and ’60s — think the 410 SA and 500 Superfast. The entire vehicle gets its sleek fastback proportion through the removal of two rear seats and the addition of three inches in length to the GTC4Lusso, giving rise to a distinct rear overhang.
Other design elements include a pair of arches that run from the A-pillar to the rear spoiler. This is a modern take on the marque’s “flying buttress” concept where the hollowed-out portions create an aerodynamic channel. Adding a new level of aggression to the four-wheel-drive supercar is a muscular rear bumper, quad tailpipes, active aerodynamic diffusers, a wide front grille, 20-inch tone-on-tone diamond-finish wheels, and carbon fiber accents.
The interior sees dark brown Heritage Testa di Moro leather trim mixed with more carbon fiber where the cabin runs uninterrupted from the windscreen to the luggage compartment. This creates a sense of “lightness and airiness for occupants.”