One-off model brings open-top motoring to the F12 TdF chassis.

The Ferrari SP3JC has been revealed, created as a bespoke commission for an unnamed customer who wanted a "pure, uncompromising roadster" using the the chassis and drivetrain of the F12 TdF.

This means there's a 6.3-litre V12 up front cranking out 574kW of power and 705Nm of torque to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

Ferrari says the car's unique open-top body harks back to the company's V12 spiders from the 1950s and 1960s.

Although the front of the car is almost completely new, it doesn't stray too far from the F12 template. At the back, though, the one-off model diverges a lot from its donor thanks to its quad tail-light setup, horizontal slashes, roll hoop fairings and jutting diffuser.

The striking blue, white and yellow exterior is said to be a direct result of the customer's love of Pop Art. The interior features blue leather seats with white inserts, and blue leather on the dashboard too.

Perhaps the item we'd most like to see in a future mass produced Ferrari are the two glass inserts in the bonnet, and which show off the V12 engine in all its glory.

What do you think of the SP3JC's design?