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Sunday, September 9, 2018

Here's she is the newest Ferrari's one-off supercar named Deborah

Ferrari, is not an ordinary car manufacturer. This Italian manufacturer is famous for its luxury, elegant and exclusive car manufacturers. Now, about exclusivity, Ferrari SP38 might be the most obvious example.
The Ferrari SP38 ‘Deborah’ is one guy’s dream come true. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NU4syd)
These hypercar, which is the result of a Special Project Division from the Ferrari Design Center, was created specifically as a manifestation of the One-Off Customer program. Yes, this car they deliberately made and there is only one in the world specifically designated for one lucky consumer.
Front view of the Ferrari SP38 ‘Deborah.’ (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NU4syd)
The Prancing Horse logoed manufacturer uses the Ferrrari 488 GTB as the base of SP38. On the plate of this car, there is a Deborah 'frills' behind the SP38 name which is a representation of a three-layer metallic red paint known as 'Deborah Red'.
Interior view of the Ferrari SP38 ‘Deborah.’ (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NU4syd)
As a result the only hypercar was labeled as Ferrari SP38 Deborah. Not without reason, Ferrari chose the bright red color for this special project. They are inspired by their iconic model, the Ferrari F40 which is the most expensive, most sophisticated, fastest car they ever produced between 1987-1992.

About the concept itself, Ferrari combines retro design but with a modern accent for this model. Then in terms of cosmetics, the front looks so low and pointed that makes it look similar to the limited edition car that was once launched, Ferrari J50.
Right side view of the Ferrari SP38 ‘Deborah.’ (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NU4syd)
In affixing the headlights, they have the concept to bring the thinest headlight possible which makes the front display so sharp and aggressive. Still from the front, there is also a Daytime Running Light (DRL) that they put on the front bumper of the car.

Aggressive impression is more visible from the sharp pull of the roof line and the formation of a very minimalist side window. Its wheels with a star-shaped spokes, complete with a prancing horse logo in the middle, adorns these Ferrari SP38 Deborah's legs.
Rear side view of the Ferrari SP38 ‘Deborah.’ (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NU4syd)
Entering the cabin, Ferrari presents the seats with dark Alcantara material combined with the red threads stitches. There are no special changes that they focus on this section. Overall the interior is still the same as what is found on the Ferrari 488 GTB, which distinguishes only the words 'Deborah' that they paste on the left dashboard.

As reported by Carscoops, Ferrari also does not change the mechanical pacemaker section. The power source is the same engine used by the Ferrari 488 GTB, ie a 3.9 liter twin-turbo V8 engine, which promises a maximum burst of power of 661 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 760 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm which is channeled to the rear wheels via a dual gearbox - Seven-speed and trick electronically controlled diff.
These one-off Ferrari supercar has been shown for the first time to public at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este on May 2018 and has an estimated price of of €4 million or equivalent to Rp.63 billions. WOW!! *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROADSHOW | ZIGWHEELS | CARBUZZ | CARSCOOPS]
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