The Ferrari Daytona SP3 With 828-HP V12, Retro-Inspired Styling.
The Daytona has a wholly unique design, that is the Ferrari most aerodynamically efficient model ever built. The most striking design aspect is the rear, where Ferrari has a stack of vertical bars spanning across it. The taillights are made up of horizontal bars just below the spoiler, though they integrate well with the rest of the blades.
Powering the Daytona – and needing all that thermal management – is a revamped 6.5-liter V12 borrowed from the 812 Competizione. Now makes 828 horsepower (617 kilowatts) and 514 pound-feet (697 Newton-meters) of torque, making it the most powerful engine Ferrari has ever built. The engine screams to a 9,500-rpm redline, and it pairs to a seven-speed gearbox.
For the exterior is greatly influenced the interior layout, with the wraparound windscreen enclosing the cabin. The seats are integrated into the chassis with an adjustable pedal box, while Ferrari Human Machine Interface allows drivers to keep their hands on the steering wheel, to control 80 percent of the vehicles functions.