Ferrari Styling Center Creates One-off SF48 Unica Based on F8 Tributo

Ferrari has unveiled the SF48 Unica, the Italian brand’s latest one-off, customer-commissioned model. It’s a reimagined F8 Tributo created through its Ferrari Styling Center, with the anonymous client participating in every step of the design process.⁠

Crafting the one-off model was quite challenging as most of the exterior changes have altered the supercar’s aerodynamic profile. Designers have used procedural-parametric modeling techniques and 3D prototyping for the bespoke vehicle. Its exterior is distinct, with a reshaped bumper with honeycomb-like inserts and twin vents. The SF48’s rear has a longer overhang that helps increase downforce on the back wheels.

Its windshields appear to have a wrap-around design due to the blacked-out A-pillars, while the rear window has totally been omitted. An intercooler was relocated to lower the engine’s air intake. At the back, F8’s quad-round units were replaced by thin rectangular lights. 

Inside the cabin, the anonymous customer has opted for black laser-perforated Alcantara upholstery, matte carbon fiber trim, and Grigio Canna di Fucile accents. No information on mechanical changes was released. However, the SF48 may still be powered by a 3.9-liter, twin-turbocharged V8, similar to its base. If so, it can churn out 710-HP and 568lb-ft of torque. 

Ferrari has not revealed the owner of the SF48 Unica, as well as the cost of the build. 


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