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Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2: the first in limited edition “Icona” series

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Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2: the first in limited edition “Icona” series

The latest release in slick sports cars manufactured by industry leader Ferrari saw the reveal of the “Icona” series, a collection of models inspired by the 1950s classics. Ferrari exhibited the never-before-seen Monza SP1 and SP2, the first two in the series, at the Maranello showroom in honour of Capital Market’s Day on 18 September 2018.

Iconic models such as the 1948 166 MM Barchetta, the 750 Monza and the 860 Monza are a few that gave life to the new design in retro sports cars. Known for being leaders in various sports car championships, these inspirations carry both the look and feel given to the new Monza SP1 and SP2. The former is a single-seater, while the latter edition has an extra seat for one lucky accomplice.

Although built on the look of past Ferrari classics, there is nothing retro about the interior of the company’s latest editions to the world of luxury sports cars. Both models house the most advanced engine ever to come from the Maranello Ferrari factory, namely the 810 cv V12. Along with the lightweight carbon-fibre materials used to construct these designs, the Monza SP1 and SP2 are able to bolt from 0-200km/h in merely 7.9 seconds.

To make the Monzas even more exclusive, a limited amount will be produced and made available for purchase to a select calibre of Ferrari customers. The Icona series aims to recreate the idea of sophisticated luxury in automobiles of the highest class. The esteemed clients that gain access to this luxury will also be given a set of attire and accessories, including branded overalls, gloves, a helmet and a pair of shoes, placing Monza owners a cut above the rest in more ways than one.

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