Ferrari continues to showcase its coachbuilding skills with its latest one-off, the BR20. Based on the GTC4Lusso platform, the V12-powered supercar was designed to celebrate the brand's iconic coupes from the 50s and 60s, integrating design elements from models like the 410 SA and the 500 Superfast. Removing the two seats and the hatchback allowed the design team to restyle the silhouette with a fastback profile and a new rear overhang treatment, creating a car that is three inches longer than the original. The car also features a modernized flying buttress design element, a bolder rear bumper, bespoke tailpipes, carbon fiber detailing throughout, horizontal grille slats, and an interior finished in dark brown Heritage Testa di Moro leather and carbon fiber.
Ferrari's one-off program reveals its latest automotive masterpiece
A 458 like no other.
Ferrari builds an F40-inspired one-off for a very lucky customer
The car is based on the the 488 GTB.