Thirteen years ago, Ferrari revived the tradition of creating bespoke cars. Such models from the Italian marque were very popular in the 1950s. During this time, a total of 14 such cars were unveiled, including the recent Ferrari SP3JC convertible and the Ferrari SP38 coupe. The latest addition to this cohort is the Ferrari BR20.
The new Ferrari BR20 is based on the GTC4 Lusso coupe but is radically different from its donor vehicle as it boasts an entirely new body. Its design draws inspiration from the iconic Ferrari 410 Superamerica and 500 Superfast models of the past. With a sleek sloping roof, the BR20 exudes more dynamism than the GTC4 Lusso. The vehicle stands out with its long hood and elegant contours. The wide "mouth" of the radiator grille is complemented by curved LED headlights. The sides are accentuated with ventilation holes and a carbon fiber body kit. Special 20-inch alloy wheels were made specifically for this car. At the rear are four round lights, traditional for Ferrari.
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The atmospheric 6.3-liter V12 remains unchanged and produces 690 hp. With a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, acceleration to 100 km/h takes 3.4 seconds, and the top speed is around 335 km/h.
The Ferrari BR20 retains the original all-wheel drive system with separate transmissions for the front and rear axles. Its arsenal includes steering rear wheels, adaptive shock absorbers, an electronic rear differential, and carbon-ceramic brake discs.
The Ferrari BR20 coupe will remain a one-off piece. The price of the car is kept a secret, but it is undoubtedly several times more expensive than the standard Ferrari GTC4 Lusso, which costs 300,000 euros.