Update: Ferrari Monza SP1 and Monza SP2 have been unveiled at a private event. For more information and first images click here.
Last month Ferrari had released a teaser image of a limited edition supercar to its website. Now, according to The Drive, the rumored 812 Monza will be one of three special editions based on the 812 Superfast.
The Drive cites a thread on the Ferrari Chat forum where multiple users claim to have insider information on the vehicles. One user says that the company will launch three special edition cars based on the 812 Superfast one of which is the hardcore 812 Monza and the other two cars are Roadsters: An Aperta with a removable targa roof-top and a Speedster which will skip the windshield, along with the roof.
However, another user claims that the upcoming 812 Monza is actually the speedster variant of which Ferrari plans to build 200 units. One user adds that the car will pay homage to the 250 Testa Rossa and will come with “pontoon” fenders. It seems, the cars will be more in line with the F60 America and F12 TRS as a design focused collector’s cars unlike the F12 TDF, which was a track-focused variant of the F12 Berlinetta. Whatever its that Ferrari has in store for us, it is reasonable to expect a track focused version of the 812 Superfast.
While we should take these reports with a grain of salt, it is worth mentioning that the Ferrari Chat forum has been accurate with many if not most of its speculations and predictions. We will have more concrete information on it come September 17.
We really hope the rumors are true because hey! who wouldn’t like to see an 812 Superfast with its roof and windshield chopped off and possibly with “pontoon” fenders too.
Source: The Drive