Ferrari Daytona SP3 lead by purity of design

Ferrari Daytona SP3 HERO

Ferrari has revealed its Daytona SP3, the latest in its exclusive series of Icona models

When Ferrari announced it was going to make the third in its series of Icona models, many expected it to follow the theme of a collector’s car in the same vein as the Monza SP1 and SP2. Those were roadsters that lacked a windscreen, meaning they could not be sold in many parts of the world. Even so, all were sold out and Maranello got to work on the third iteration.

Back to basics

It is nothing like its predecessors and by all accounts is in stark contrast to the strategy of electrification that Ferrari is embarking on. Instead, the new Daytona SP3 is a more analogue, back-to-basics performance car that has been inspired by the great Ferrari endurance sports prototypes of the 1950s and 60s.

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