The Special Projects division of Ferrari has been at it again, this time with the Ferrari SP FXX. The SP definitely stands for Special Projects and the FF reflects that the original car used for the Build is the 6.3-liter V-12, 651 horsepower Ferrari FF. As far as the X goes, we are not quite sure what the X stands for. What we do know is that the Ferrari SP FFX is a delightful one-off that leaves everything under the hood unchanged. All aspects of this build are purely cosmetic and designed to accomplish a more aggressive appearance while improving aerodynamic efficiency.
The first thing that the Ferrari Special Projects team did was remove the hatch and rear seats of the FF as requested by the unnamed Japanese client that commissioned the build. Next the Ferrari SP FXX was given a Rosso Corsa paint job matched to a black roof with several Pearl White components to include side pillars, side sills, mirrors, rear spoiler and rims. In addition, both the front and rear fenders are adorned with trademark Ferrari gills that have been seen on most of Ferrari’s current models.