Ferrari unveiled last weekend at the annual Ferrari Cavalcade driving tour in Sicily a one-off open-top F12 Berlinetta called "TRS" created through the firm's Special Projects division.

A high-end Ferrari customer wanted a bespoke F12 Berlinetta with an open-air cabin with influences from the 1957 250 Testa Rossa. Ferrari promptly responded with the TRS which looks more aggressive than the regular F12 and boasts a window in the engine lid offering a view of the V12 engine's red cylinder heads. It also comes with a wraparound windscreen forming a long dark band of glass which contrasts the car's striking red body.

The back of the car shows an evolution of the F12's T-shaped graphic with a smooth ramp that runs from the central tunnel to create a connection between the interior and the exterior. Speaking of the interior, the cabin adopts a minimalistic appearance with fewer buttons and knobs as the controls for the audio system, windows together with the central air vents, glove compartment, mats and holders have all been removed. A combination of Alcantara, leather and black matte carbon fiber was used to spice up the look and feel.

Although initial reports referred to the implementation of a KERS system, the Ferrari F12 TRS doesn't have one as it's powered by the same naturally-aspirated V12 6.2-liter engine delivering 740 PS (544 kW) and 509 lb-ft (690 Nm). It has the same performance numbers as the regular model so 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) takes 3.1 seconds while 0-124 mph (0-200 km/h) is done in 8.5 seconds before topping out at 211 mph (340 km/h).

Ferrari hasn't disclosed the car's price tag but it is believed the customer paid close to 4.2M USD. 

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