Ferrari Presents its New Daytona SP3. How Much Does The Supercar Cost?

With an 840-horsepower 12-cylinder (V12), the new Ferrari model Daytona SP3 is a masterpiece that pays homage to the Ferrari 330 P3 / 4, which dominated the Daytona in 1967.

At the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona, Ferrari took the top three places in the first round of the International World Sports Car Championship. The 330 P3/4, 330 P4, and 412 P that famously shot past the checkered flag side by side perfectly encapsulated the spirit of the sports prototypes of the 1960s, a decade now considered the golden era of closed wheel racing.

"The Ferrari Daytona SP3, the second car to join the limited edition Icona series, pays homage to the mid-rear-engined Ferrari V12 sports prototypes that earned the marque its unparalleled motor sport status," according to the official website of Ferarri.

Ferrari Daytona SP3's Metal Heart

The F140HC is the most powerful internal combustion engine ever built by Ferarri, a mid-rear-mounted naturally-aspirated V12 capable of delivering 840 horsepower that adopts the architecture and capacity of the F140HB sported by the 812 Competizione, inheriting upgrades.

All the developments enhance the performance of a powertrain that sets the new benchmark for its category thanks to its astonishing soundtrack and the 7-speed gearbox, which is now even faster and more satisfying than ever thanx to specific strategies.

How Much Does Ferrari Daytona SP3 Cost?

According to Reuters, Daytona SP3 will be produced in 599 units, with a price not exactly accessible to all, of 2 million euros (2.26 million dollars) in Italy. Deliveries will begin at the end of next year and are expected to be completed in 2024.
Ferrari Daytona
Ferrari unveiled its newest icon on Saturday, just as new CEO Benedetto Vigna has put the Italian luxury carmaker on the road to full electrification.

Benedetto Vigna is a veteran of the technology industry who became CEO of Ferrari in September, promising to deliver the company's first all-electric vehicle in 2025.

The Special Ferrari Icona Series

Ferrari fans have been waiting for more than three years for the second Icona series car, after Monza in 2018.

The special series Icona cars are produced by Ferrari in limited numbers, reserved for ultra-rich private collectors, and inspired by legendary models from the past.

Ferrari already has three hybrid-electric models in its range, including the 296 GTB sports car it unveiled this year.

Highly polluted V12 engines are increasingly used by Ferarri only for limited series models. The Icona series covered only 2% of the units delivered in the last quarter, while the V12 cars accounted for 12% of the group's deliveries.

Ferrari will produce less than 1,600 V12 812 Competizione and 812 Competizione A models, launched this year, with a starting price of just under half a million euros (564,000 dollars).

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