Supercar-makers have a special liking for one-off models, especially the ones that have ridiculous power figures or the ones that earn them multi-million dollars overnight, or both. The newest such supercar is the Ferrari F12 TRS. It is a roadster based on the F12 Berlinetta and features a Formula 1 derived kinetic energy recovery system (KERS). In all likelihood, the system comes from the 599 HY-KERS or the LaFerrari. With the KERS assistance, the F12 TRS definitely packs more punch than the 730PS that the Berlinettaâ€™s 6.3-litre V12 produces.
Ferrari hasnâ€™t released any official figures on TRS yet and probably never will, since the one-off is already sold out for a whooping $4.2 million (approximately Rs 25.2 crore).
The F12 TRS wears moderately different bodywork than the F12 Berlinetta. But despite its open top form and the â€˜one-offâ€™ tout, it doesnâ€™t look anything like Lamborghiniâ€™s V12 one-off, the Aventador J.