The Ferrari Daytona SP3 is one of the most exciting new cars from the automaker in the last period. The retro-inspired V12-powered sports car gives you a taste of classic Ferrari designs, reinterpreted for the future. It’s the third member of the Icona lineup, joining the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 that were revealed three years ago.
If you like the Daytona SP3 as much as we do, you’ll love what Enrico Galliera, Ferrari’s chief communications and marketing officer, said about upcoming Icona models, “four or five potential concepts we could work on.”
The idea to draw inspiration from iconic prototypes was from Ferrari’s head of design, Flavio Manzoni and as it turns out, he’s also one who’s pushing for more.
“I have a special passion for this one,” Manzoni said. “There are many other intriguing concepts for the future. The richness of Ferrari is very high, and the sky is the only limit.”
While based on the evolved version of the LaFerrari Aperta’s chassis, the Daytona SP3 is not a supercar. That’s according to Ferrari chief technical officer Michael Leiters, who pointed out that the Daytona is focused on design rather than ultimate performance.