The Monza SP1 and SP2 are a limited-edition sports cars produced by Ferrari. They were first introduced in 2018 as part of the Icona series, which is a line of cars inspired by Ferrari’s heritage and designed to celebrate the company’s most iconic models.
The Monza SP1 and SP2 are based on the 812 Superfast and share the same 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 789 horsepower and 530 lb-ft of torque. The car is capable of reaching a top speed of 211 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds.
The Monza SP1 is a single-seat car that pays tribute to the barchettas of the 1950s, it features a sleek, aerodynamic body with a single-seat cockpit and a tonneau cover that can be removed to reveal a small passenger seat. The car also features a number of advanced technologies such as the latest generation of electronic suspension, the latest-generation of aerodynamics, and the latest-generation of braking system.
The Monza SP2 is a two-seat car, it features the same design as the SP1, with an open-top body and a tonneau cover that can be removed to reveal a small passenger seat. Both the SP1 and SP2 feature advanced technologies and they are designed to deliver an unforgettable driving experience.
Both cars were only produced in limited numbers, only 499 units of each were made, and were sold out as soon as they were announced. They were targeted towards car enthusiasts who are looking for a unique and exclusive car with a high level of performance and exclusivity.
Overall, the Monza SP1 and SP2 are exceptional cars that combine Ferrari’s rich heritage with modern technology and performance. They are true driver’s cars that promise to deliver an unforgettable driving experience, and have been widely praised by car enthusiasts and critics alike for their design, performance, and exclusivity.
A variation of the 6,496 cc (6.5 L; 396.4 cu in) F140 GA V12 seen in the 812 Superfast powers both the SP1 and SP2. Up until the release of the 812 Competizione and Competizione A in 2021 with an upgraded F140 V12 producing 820 hp, the engine has been tuned to produce 7.4 kW (10 hp; 10 PS) more than the engine in the 812, for a total of 596 kW (799 hp; 810 PS) at 8,500 rpm and 719 Nm (530 lbf-ft) of torque at 7,000 rpm (830 PS)
Both the SP1 and SP2 cars use carbon fiber composite bodywork, and the chassis is roughly based on the 812. The two-seat SP2 is 20 kg (45 lb) heavier at 1,520 kg than the SP1, which weighs 1,500 kg (3,306 lb) (3,351 lb).  Large clamshell hoods are possible thanks to the composite bodywork’s strength.
Both vehicles’ manufacturers claim that they can accelerate from 0 to 97 km/h (0 to 60 mph) in 2.9 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h (0 to 124 mph) in 7.9 seconds, and up to a top speed of more than 299 km/h (186 mph)
According to Ferrari, the Monza SP1 and SP2 has an airflow system that is designed to perform the same function as a windshield without requiring aerodynamic compromises to replace a physical one in place of a typical glass or Perspex screen. When the car is driving, the large front intake draws air in, which is then sent to a vent that is located right in front of the driver’s seat and looks upward. As a result, the wind just blows by the driver’s face.
The series’ basis was set by the Monza SP1 (a one-seater) and SP2 (a two-seater). The two models, each of which will only be produced in 499 units, were introduced at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. The first cars were delivered later in the same year when production began in 2019.