Based on the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta coupe, the F12 TRS was specially created for a client who wishes to remain anonymous.
In converting the F12 from a coupe to an open-top car, Ferrari has made substantial modifications to the donor vehicle.
According to Ferrari the drivetrain remains untouched. This means that the F12 TRS utilises the same 6.3-litre V12 as the Berlinetta and is able to attain the same level of performance. With 545kW of power and 690Nm of torque at its disposal, the F12 TRS is said to be able to complete the 0-100km/h standard in 3.1 seconds and the 0-200km/h sprint in 8.1 seconds.
Visually the F12 TRS is very different to the Berlinetta on which it is based. At the front there's a new bumper treatment complete with a much more aggressive carbon-fibre front splitter. There's also a window in the bonnet, reportedly inspired by 1957 250 Testarossa, which allows all and sundry to view the top of the V12 engine.
The surfacing of the TRS' flanks is significantly changed from the Berlinetta. Fuselage fairings run from the back of the headrests into a completely reworked rear end. The valley between the two fuselages runs underneath the rear spoiler to create a Venturi effect.
Although no official photos have been released of the car's interior, Ferrari says it features plenty of leather, Alcantara and matte black carbonfibre, as well as body colour paint on the centre tunnel and door panels. Creature comforts have been cut back to the bare minimum, with the central air vents, sound system, storage compartments and floor mats all junked for this one-off.