Whoever ordered this bespoke F12 from Ferrari must have some serious power. The Italian supercar made this F12 TRS specifically for a buyer who requested an "extreme, two-seater, open-top sports barchetta." The TRS is a nod to the 1957 250 Testa Rossa, from which this one-off whip gets its inspiration.
Performance-wise, you're looking at the same engine as the F12berlinetta. The difference is all in the design. A modified aerobridge runs all the way to the back on the 'Rarris sides to create maximum downforce. It also sports a dark band of glass for the wraparound windscreen. Inside the F12's been stripped of everything but the bare essentials, meaning no glovebox, central air vents, stereo system, or even floor mats.
Now that we've seen this F12, we want to make our own requests.