Custom design touches by the brand’s chief designer set this model apart, with proceeds earmarked for charitable causes, and this Ferrari 812 is unique.
In a move bound to delight supercar aficionados and philanthropists alike, Ferrari has showcased a one-of-a-kind 812 Competizione. The brand’s chief designer, Flavio Manzoni, has personally made special design modifications to this exclusive model, and it’s set to hit the auction block, with all proceeds dedicated to charity.
Introduced two years ago, the Ferrari 812 Competizione is the racetrack rendition of the acclaimed 812 Superfast. Distinct from its standard counterpart, the 812 Competizione boasts state-of-the-art aerodynamic elements both at the front and rear, meticulously crafted from carbon fiber, paired with wheels spun from the same lightweight material.
Under its hood, this track-oriented marvel houses a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine, churning out an impressive 830 horsepower – a notable 30 horsepower bump over the standard 812 Superfast. The powerhouse pairs with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, complemented by an all-wheel steering system.
Sporting a captivating Giallo Tristrato yellow shade, this unique edition is accentuated with a series of black stripes, reminiscent of a canvas waiting for a masterstroke. This artistic expression is attributed to Manzoni’s ingenuity.
Potential bidders and Ferrari enthusiasts can catch a glimpse of this masterpiece at the upcoming Ferrari Gala in New York later this fall. Although the exact charity beneficiary remains undisclosed, Ferrari’s commitment to using this model for a noble cause speaks volumes about its corporate responsibility.