2023 Ferrari Daytona SP3 series of ultra-limited edition vehicles. The SP3 features vintage styling elements borrowed from those racers. Its wraparound windshield, dramatic wheel arches, and upswept tail.
Ferrari design chief Flavio Manzoni’s favorite view of the wasp-waisted Daytona SP3 is from the rear. Where a stack of body-colored bars wrap around the back to artfully disguise the venting required to deal with the thermal loads from the mighty 6.5 liter V-12.
Ferrari’s including a superb navigation system, is onboard and no you won’t. Like those aforementioned P3 and P4s, cook in your own juices. The air conditioning system quite capable of cooling even Europe’s recent heat wave. It’s these last that best capture the essence of those 330s past. Their organic shape an antidote for the rigidly scientific wedges that supercars have become. Throw in a little whale tail spoiler action lifted from the long-bodied iconic 512 M
The Daytona SP3 will be insanely quick and joyful when attacking a twisty country road. But it stands out among even the rarest Ferraris for its jaw-dropping styling and roaring engine note.
Interior The Daytona SP3
The Daytona SP3 cockpit is a tight fit, especially if you’re trying to wriggle past the doors with the carbon fiber targa top in place. The seats are fixed, their basic shape integrated into the composite central tub and covered with foam. Making yourself comfortable behind the wheel means adjusting the reach and rake of the steering wheel and moving the adjustable pedal box.
Touch controls allow drivers to operate 80 percent of the Daytona SP3’s functions without moving their hands. The instrument panel is a 16.0 inch curved digital display.
Driving the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission similar to that of the LaFerrari. The 3500 pound Daytona will storm from 0 to 62 mph in 2.85 seconds. Top speed is more than 211 mph.