After showing off the new F8 Tributto at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month, Ferrari has revealed the track-only P80/C as the company’s most extreme one-off creation yet. Based on the 488 GT3 race car, the Ferrari P80/C was created for a client who wanted a modern interpretation of some of the most famous Ferrari Sports Prototype racing cars from the 1960s, such as the 330 P3/P4, Dino 206 S, and 250 LM that inspired many of Ferrari’s most iconic road cars. As you can see, the results are simply stunning.
Work on the P80/C began in 2015, which is the longest development period of any Ferrari one-off yet. Every element of performance and aerodynamics was meticulously analyzed, which Ferrari says distinguishes the P80/C from previous one-off Prancing Horses.
Ferrari hasn’t released any technical specifications but being based on the 488 GT3 means the P80/C is powered by a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8. The 488 GT3 was limited to 592 hp to meet category restrictions, so the P80/C should have at least 661 hp to match the road-going 488 GTB, or possibly even more power.
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