A bespoke one-off F12 showed up at the recent Ferrari Cavalcade held in Sicily. The F12 TRS is essentially a barchetta variant based on the F12berlinetta, created by the Special Project Division of the prancing horse automaker.
The two-seater roadster sports a wraparound windscreen, with the sheet metal on the bonnet now incorporating a glass window to showcase the engine's red cylinder heads - a tribute to the 250 Testa Rossa which the car draws inspiration from. Although the cabin is filled with exotic cow hide, Alcantara and carbon fibre, it ditches several creature comforts, such as the glove box, air vents, carpets and audio system.
Powered by the conventional petrol-driven 6.3-litre V12 found in the coupe, the TRS's 730bhp is good enough to see to a century sprint timing of just 3.1 seconds.