Ferrari’s New Masterpiece Debuts In November
But while the 812 Competizione is front-engined, Ferrari’s next Icona car will be based on the same platform as the mid-engined LaFerrari Aperta with bespoke styling paying homage to the curvaceous 330 P4. Unlike the LaFerrari, it won’t have a hybrid powertrain.
Just a few days ago, the company was caught testing another heavily camouflaged LaFerrari. Given the timing, this was likely a test mule for Ferrari’s new Icona. Production of the SP1 Monza and SP2 Monza was limited to just 499 examples combined. Members of the Ferrari Chat forum believe the new Icona will be even rarer, with production limited to around 300 examples each costing between $2.5 million and $3 million. We’ll find out more details when the retro-inspired one-off Ferrari codenamed F171 debuts in November.