Designed to celebrate the 50th Anniversary for Ferrari in Japan, this one-off J50 roadster was unveiled at the National Art Center in Tokyo. Limited to just 10-examples worldwide, it’s based on the 488 Spider and was created by the Special Projects department and Ferrari Styling Center team in Maranello. Its 3.9-liter V8 twin-turbo engine has been tuned to generate an additional 20hp for a total of 680hp. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The car also has a black dividing line that stretches into the side air vents, reminding of the GTO, F40, and F50, two twin taillights on each side that haven’t been used since the F430, a diffuser inspired by jet engine afterburners and a set of arch-filling 20-inch forged wheels. Things aren’t so dramatic inside, as the cabin’s only additions are the new trim, and red and black color scheme of the leather and Alcantara details,” reports Car Scoops.