Ferrari F12 TRS Caught On Film In Rome
The Ferrari F12 TRS was originally reported to be a one-off model, with a red, or as the Italians say, “rosso” being the first and only. And then a black one appeared. Now, the third F12 TRS has shown it’s face, and a beautiful face it is.
Appearing in Rome at the 2015 Ferrari Cavalcade tour, the extremely limited Ferrari F12 TRS has made quite a splash on the scene.
The TRS uses the same setup as theand produces a monstrous 740 horsepower and is the most powerful road-going Ferrari model ever built. It’s a 3-second car from 0-60 mph, but that’s not news because it is based on the Berlinetta.
What makes this car particularly special is the actual one-off front lighting and hood. The hood frames the exposed engine, and while others find it a little over the top, it is one of the sexiest features for a true GearHead. The headlights are custom to this specific F12 TRS.
The yellow brake calipers and Pirelli tire lettering tie in with the badges on the sides and scream power, performance and posh.
It’s suspected that all three F12 TRS models belong to the same owner, but that has not been confirmed. At an estimated $4 million or so per car, that would be quite the private collection on its own.