Ferrari just took the veils off its latest, special project. The so-called Ferrari BR20 is a one-off car built by the ‘Special Projects’ division of the brand, that specializes in making unique cars for the VIP customers. The BR20 is loosely based on the discontinued GTC4Lusso model but comes with only two seats and has a fastback coupe look that’s simply stunning.
The design of the car was created using older Ferrari models as a reference point. The main goal of the team was to create a modern-day take on the older coupes in its history, mainly the coupe models from the ‘50s and ‘60s. To be more precise, if you’re a Ferrari afficionado, you’ll notice hints of the 410 SA and 500 Superfast integrated into the design of the BR20.
The front end features a unique design with carbon fiber trims and specific chrome inserts, while round the back flying buttresses connect the roof to the rear fascia. Thinking of the 599 GTB Fiorano? You should, because that was the inspiration for the rear end of the BR20.
Things are just as interesting inside the cabin too. The rear seats of the GTC4Lusso are gone, despite the fact that this car has a longer wheelbase. Instead, the customer wanted a two-seater configuration and that’s what the company did. As you can see, everything was covered in brown Testa di Moro leather that’s adorned with silver cross-stitching. Oak and carbon fiber trims complete the package.
The spec sheet shows that the 6.3-liter V12 from the GTC4Lusso wasn’t modified in any way. That means the BR20 will have 680 HP and 514 lb-ft of torque to rely on. The gearbox is also, most likely, borrowed from the retired four-seater, the 7-speed dual-clutch unit probably being considered good enough for the needs of the owner. There’s no mention of the identity of the long-standing client of the Italian brand or the price tag the BR20 bares but rest assured it wasn’t cheap.