Ferrari claims the P80/C is its “most extreme one-off design ever” and was built exclusively for a longstanding collector. This track-only supercar is handcrafted almost entirely from carbon-fiber and has taken the automaker four years to build. It’s based on the 488 GT3 race car and is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 engine producing at least 660-horsepower. Unlike the 488 GT3, the P80/C features a revamped front splitter and rear diffuser, along with a special T-wing treatment above the engine bay inspired by the Scuderia Formula 1 cars, which reduces the length of airflow over the rear, and increases downforce. Read more for another video, additional pictures and information.
Since it was built for the track, you won’t find headlights nor taillights and a forward oriented cabin with a concave rear windscreen. Swing over to the back, and you’ll find a large carbon fiber wing and 18-inch wheels when setup in race form, while an exhibition package deletes the large wing and adds 21-inch wheels. There’s no word yet on what this collector paid, but we wouldn’t be surprised to hear a price tag upwards of $3+ million.